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Landscapes Of Privilege

Author: James S. Duncan
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 9780415946889
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Written by highly noted geographers from Cambridge University, this text focuses on a classic American suburb to show how the physical landscape functions as cultural code and marker of social exclusion.

Landscapes Of Privilege

Author: Nancy Duncan
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135939276
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James and Nancy Duncan look at how the aesthetics of physical landscapes are fully enmeshed in producing the American class system. Focusing on an archetypal upper class American suburb-Bedford in Westchester County, NY-they show how the physical presentation of a place carries with it a range of markers of inclusion and exclusion.

Suburban Landscapes

Author: Paul H. Mattingly
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 9780801866807
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In this work, Paul Mattingly provides a model for understanding suburban development through his narrative history of Leonia, New Jersey, an early commuter suburb of New York City.

Landscape And Race In The United States

Author: Richard Schein
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113607810X
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Landscape and Race in the United States is the definitive volume on racialized landscapes in the United States. Edited by Richard Schein, each essay is grounded in a particular location but all of the essays are informed by the theoretical vision that the cultural landscapes of America are infused with race and America's racial divide. While featuring the black/white divide, the book also investigates other social landscapes including Chinatowns, Latino landscapes in the Southwest and white suburban landscapes. The essays are accessible and readable providing historical and contemporary coverage.

Landscape And The Ideology Of Nature In Exurbia

Author: K. Valentine Cadieux
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136193847
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This book explores the role of the ideology of nature in producing urban and exurban sprawl. It examines the ironies of residential development on the metropolitan fringe, where the search for “nature” brings residents deeper into the world from which they are imagining their escape—of Federal Express, technologically mediated communications, global supply chains, and the anonymity of the global marketplace—and where many of the central features of exurbia—very low-density residential land use, monster homes, and conversion of forested or rural land for housing—contribute to the very problems that the social and environmental aesthetic of exurbia attempts to avoid. The volume shows how this contradiction—to live in the green landscape, and to protect the green landscape from urbanization—gets caught up and represented in the ideology of nature, and how this ideology, in turn, constitutes and is constituted by the landscapes being urbanized.

Geographical Aesthetics

Author: Dr Harriet Hawkins
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 1409448010
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Bringing together timely commentaries by international, interdisciplinary scholars, Geographical Aesthetics is the first volume to make questions of geographical aesthetics a substantive concern. It reworks the historical relations between geography and aesthetics, and reconsiders how it is we might understand aesthetics. It then reaffirms the value of aesthetics in relation to key intellectual concerns within Geography and explores the geographies of the aesthetic, in particular the spatialities and imaginaries that mark its theorisations. In renewing aesthetics as a site of investigation, but also an analytic object through which we can think about the encounters, the meetings and minglings of the world, what also emerges is powerful reworking of our geographical imaginary of the aesthetic.

Nature And Ideology

Author: Joachim Wolschke-Bulmahn
Publisher: Dumbarton Oaks
ISBN: 9780884022466
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This volume explores the broad range of ideas about nature reflected in 20th- century concepts of natural gardens, suggesting the various ways in which "nature" is an ideologically defined concept. The 11 contributions range from an evolutionary perspective on the concept of native plants by Stephen Jay Gould to a piece on nationalism and Teutonic trends in early 20th century landscape design. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

The Wiley Blackwell Companion To Human Geography

Author: John A. Agnew
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119250439
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This volume provides an up-to-date, authoritative synthesis of the discipline of human geography. Unparalleled in scope, the companion offers an indispensable overview to the field, representing both historical and contemporary perspectives. Edited and written by the world's leading authorities in the discipline Divided into three major sections: Foundations (the history of human geography from Ancient Greece to the late nineteenth century); The Classics (the roots of modern human geography); Contemporary Approaches (current issues and themes in human geography) Each contemporary issue is examined by two contributors offering distinctive perspectives on the same theme