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Datum 2015-12-04
Name Angel
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Kommentar , many geographers are mouaoingnll, or, if they know another language, they don't use it in their research. This obviously prohibits people from working on non-Anglophone geographical thought. I could say more about this, as this is an issue of great concern to me, but I'll refrain. 2. Critical geography. I think there are two impulses in critical geography' that work against the history of geographical ideas:(a) the view that the history of ideas is usually not critical' enough (e.g. see R. Peet's disparaging remarks in his review of Livingstone's _Adam's ancestors_ in the Annals of the AAG, vol 9, no 2, April 2009, 425-27).(b) the strong emphasis on colonialism and imperialism. While the links between geographical ideas, geographers' practices and states' colonial projects merits much attention, other dimensions of geography's story need not be sidelined.3. Method. If the history of geographical ideas is to revive itself, it needs to further engage with questions of methodology. Of course, Livingstone and Withers have done some of this, as has Gregory. Yet, it seems, at present, the two methodological options are Foucauldian genealogy or a history of science approach. I think a history of science approach is quite productive, though there is plenty of room to engage with others methods, such as those of Koselleck, Pocock, Skinner, who Stuart mentioned earlier. I sometimes have the impression that geographers default to Foucault when it comes to the history of ideas, which I think has to do with the critical' geography issue (point 2). While Foucault's work is important, there are plenty of other methodological options. 4. Original sources. Here, I would simply agree with Christian when he says that there is a tendency to critique and move beyond' authors without first understanding what they actually wrote. I doubt Sauer and Ratzel are taught much in history of geography courses. Of course, the problem with Ratzel is partly linguistic, as English translations of his work are lacking (which leads us back to point 1).In sum, I would agree that the best way to reinvigorate the history of ideas in geography is to look outside the discipline to historians of ideas and science. Perhaps we need another debate like the one on Livingstone's _The geographical tradition_ that was published in Transactions in 1995.
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