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- New ed
- Ashgate Publishing Limited
- Abrahamsson, Mr. Christian (red.)
- Includes 26 b&w illustrations
- Includes 26 b&w illustrations
- 228 x 158 x 31 mm
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- 52:B&W 6.14 x 9.21in or 234 x 156mm (Royal 8vo) Case Laminate on White w/Gloss Lam
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A Baker & Taylor Academic Essentials Title in Human Geography 'A well thought out elaboration of Gunnar Olsson's oeuvre, this edited volume is set up to bring together the work of academics who have interpreted his work in a variety of ways, interspersed with Olsson's original writings. I enjoyed reading an original Olsson piece followed by an interpretation or elaboration by one of his devotees. It was particularly engaging when chapters moved from academic engagement to personal recollections...' Geographical Review 'Abrahamsson and Gren ... have done a great and invaluable service for geographical scholarship. Acting as conductors they skillfully orchestrate pieces ... into a coherent overarching multi-perspectival intellectual symphonia, which interspersed with critical tones and colors from Olsson's own oeuvre over the past thirty years, provides an Arcades-like impression of one of the most innovative geographical thinkers at work on the planet today.' Historical Geography
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Christian Abrahamsson, Lecturer at the Department of Human Geography, Lund University, Sweden, and Martin Gren, Dr, Department of Tourism, School of Business and Economics, Linnaeus University, Sweden
Contents: Part A Introduction: Christian Abrahamsson and Martin Gren; Gunnar Olsson and humans as geo-graphical beings, Martin Gren. Part B Equal Signs: Geography 1984, Gunnar Olsson; Emerging from the 'egg', Reginald G. Golledge; Inference problems in locational analysis, Gunnar Olsson; Gunnar Ollson: figures in a landscape, Michael Dear; Servitude and inequality in spatial planning: methodology and ideology in conflict, Gunnar Olsson; Between the castle and the trial: the spaceless space of planning, Tom Mels. Part C Chiasms: -/-, Gunnar Olsson; Of bats, birds and mice, Michael J. Watts; The social space of silence, Gunnar Olsson; 'Without madness what is man': crazy wisdom and recovering the human in Olsson's method of cartographic critique, David Jansson; Chiasm of thought-and-action, Gunnar Olsson; Chiasm, rubric, Jette Hansen-MA ller. Part D Maps: Projection of desire/desire of projection, Gunnar Olsson; My Gunnar Olsson, Trevor Barnes; Mapping the forbidden, Gunnar Olsson; The minimalist: three variations on homo pontefix, Christian Abrahamsson; Gunnar Olsson, figures of 'madness' and a form of 'schizologie', Chris Philo. Part E Cartographic(al) Reason: Mappa mundi universalis: a commentary on the power of cartographical reason, Gunnael Jensson; De ludo globi or the Reason of the Sphere, Alessandra Bonazzi; To be human. The secret of the pyramid, Ole Michael Jensen; Double crossed, Marcus Doel; De nobis ipsis silemus, Franco Farinelli; Indexes.