These notes include material on current debates surrounding Geography as a discipline. The topics covered are the writing of Geography's history (the discipline's forefathers and debates surrounding the canon), debates surrounding critical geogrpahy (and its sub-strands of feminist, post-structuralist, neo-marxist, and post-colonial works), the relevance of geographical work (and how relevant we should be aiming to make it), and arguments around the place for interdisciplinary work in Geography. All notes include positions, approaches and examples from the prominent scholars in the fields along with practice questions.
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