Negative geographies: Exploring the politics of limits

Mitchell Rose, David Bissell, Paul Harrison

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Negative Geographies is the first edited collection to chart the political, conceptual, and ethical consequences of how the underexplored problem of the negative might be posed for contemporary cultural geography. Using a variety of case studies and empirical investigations, these chapters consider how the negative, through annihilations, gaps, ruptures, and tears, can work within or against the terms of affirmationism. The collection opens up new avenues through which key problems of cultural geography might be differently posed and points to the ways that it might be possible and desirable to think, theorize, and exemplify negation.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherUniversity of Nebraska Press
Number of pages318
ISBN (Print)9781496227829
Publication statusPublished - 01 Nov 2021

Publication series

NameCultural Geographies & Rewriting the Earth


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    Rose, M., Bissell, D. & Harrison, P., 21 Nov 2021, Negative Geographies: Exploring the politics of limits. Nebraska, (Cultural Geographies & Rewriting the Earth).

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