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Structure and event, networks and nodes in human geography: the 1960s revisited
(Copernicus Publications, 2013-05-30)
In search of transnational scholarship and languages within human geography, the so-called “Quantitative Revolution” of the 1960s arguably holds considerable pride of place. More than previous innovations within geography, ...
Field characterization of three-dimensional lee-side airflow patterns under offshore winds at a beach-dune system
(American Geophysical Union, 2013-05-22)
Characterization of three-dimensional (3D) airflow remains elusive within a variety of environments and is particularly challenging over complex dune topography. Previous work examining airflow over and in the lee of dunes ...
Regimes of performance: practices of the normalised self in the neoliberal university
(Taylor & Francis, 2013-11-07)
Universities today inescapably find themselves part of nationally and globally competitive networks that appear firmly inflected by neoliberal concerns of rankings, benchmarking and productivity. This, of course, has in ...
The imperial present: Geography, imperialism and its continued effects
[No abstract available]
Field-based learning: the challenge of practising participatory knowledge
(Taylor & Francis, 2013-05-14)
In 2009, Geography at National University of Ireland, Galway, launched a new taught master's programme, the MA in Environment, Society and Development. The vision for the programme was to engage students in the analysis ...
The sustainability of rural systems: global and local challenges and opportunities
(Commission on the Sustainability of Rural Systems of the International Geographical Union and the Whitaker Institute, National University of Ireland Galway, 2013)
The chapters in this volume were among papers presented at the 19th Colloquium of the Commission on the Sustainability of Rural Systems (CSRS) of the International Geographical Union, held at the National University of ...