Books in category Social Science – Human Geography

  • The Neoliberal City

    The Neoliberal City
    Jason Hackworth

    In The Neoliberal City, Jason Hackworth argues that neoliberal policies are in fact having a profound effect on the nature and direction of urbanization in the United States and other wealthy countries, and that much can be learned from …

  • The Metropolitan Revolution

    The Metropolitan Revolution
    Jon C. Teaford

    "Teaford surveys metropolitan areas from the Rust Belt to the Sun Belt and the way in which postwar social, racial, and cultural shifts contributed to the decline of the central city as a hub of work, shopping, transportation, and …

  • Reimagining Political Ecology

    Reimagining Political Ecology
    Aletta Biersack

    Scholars from both disciplinary and interdisciplinary formations will discover the need to consult and use this volume."–Arun Agrawal, author of "Environmentality: Technologies of Government and the Making of Subjects"

  • Understanding Green Revolutions

    Understanding Green Revolutions
    Bertram Hughes Farmer, Tim Bayliss-Smith

    This book is a critical examination of the truth behind the stereotype that there is a Green Revolution in agricultural technology.

  • Travel Writing

    Travel Writing
    Carl Thompson

    In this volume, Carl Thompson: introduces the genre, outlining competing definitions and key debates provides a broad historical survey from the medieval period to the present day explores the autobiographical dimensions of the form looks …

  • Geography and Geographers

    Geography and Geographers
    Ron Johnston, James D. Sidaway

    Geography and Geographers continues to be the most comprehensive and up-to-date overview of human geography available.

  • Digital Terrain Modeling

    Digital Terrain Modeling
    Zhilin Li, Christopher Zhu, Chris Gold

    Written by experts, Digital Terrain Modeling: Principles and Methodology provides comprehensive coverage of recent developments in the field.

  • Starting From Zero

    Starting From Zero
    Michael Sorkin

    Architect and social critic Michael Sorkin develops his own vision of the future lower Manhattan through a series of chronologically organized essays illustrated with full-color images of his own plans.

  • El estado del mundo 2005

    El estado del mundo 2005

    Anuario económico y geopolítico mundial en el que quedan recogidos los datos más relevantes ocurridos en todos los países del mundo durante el año 2004.

  • Americans and Their Land

    Americans and Their Land
    Anne Mackin

    Americans and Their Land begins an important, overdue discussion of these questions. Anne Mackin takes the reader story by story from frontier history to the present and shows how land shaped the American political landscape.

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