Book Volume 7 2015

Geographies of Knowledge and Power

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ISBN: 978-94-017-9959-1 (Print) 978-94-017-9960-7 (Online)

Table of contents (16 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-x

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    Pages 1-18

    Power, Knowledge, and Space: A Geographical Introduction

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    Pages 19-74

    Relations Between Knowledge and Power: An Overview of Research Questions and Concepts

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    Pages 75-88

    Enabling Knowledge

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    Pages 89-121

    Gabriel’s Map: Cartography and Corpography in Modern War

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    Pages 123-133

    Telling the Future: Reflections on the Status of Divination in Ancient Near Eastern Politics

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    Pages 135-145

    Who Gets the Past? The Changing Face of Islamic Authority and Religious Knowledge

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    Pages 147-161

    “An Heavenly Kingdom Shall Descend”: How Millennialism Spread from New England to the United States of America

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    Pages 163-185

    The Power of Words and the Tides of History: Reflections on Man and Nature and Silent Spring

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    Pages 187-201

    “Desk Killers”: Walter Christaller, Central Place Theory, and the Nazis

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    Pages 203-233

    Knowledge and Power in Sovietized Hungarian Geography

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    Pages 235-246

    The Geopolitics of Knowledge About World Politics: A Case Study in U.S. Hegemony

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    Pages 247-262

    “Hot Spots, Dark-Side Dots, Tin Pots”: The Uneven Internationalism of the Global Academic Market

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    Pages 263-276

    Power/Knowledge/Geography: Speculation at the End of History

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    Pages 277-293

    Media Control in the Twentieth Century

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    Pages 295-313

    Tau(gh)t Subjects: Geographies of Residential Schooling, Colonial Power, and the Failures of Resistance Theory

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    Pages 315-331

    Communication, Identity, and Power

  18. Back Matter

    Pages 333-347