Imaginative geographies. Derek Gregory. Department of Geography, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC V6T. IZ2, Canada. Just as none of us is. From his first book, Ideology, Science and Human Geography (), Gregory has been one of the most erudite voices arguing for the importance of critical. Geographical Imaginations is at once a profound and penetrating reading of geography as a discipline and a discourse, and also an imaginative and sustained.
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Edge of Catastrophe Chapter Nine: Gregory is best known for his book The Colonial Present: In mapping human geography into contemporary social theory, the author addresses, reinterprets and questions key theoretical debates and issues – postcolonialism, structuration theory, feminism, deconstruction, postmodernism and poststructuralism – and explores the crucial connection between space, power and knowledge.
Coupled with the downturn, liberalism seems but one among many competing powers and truths. In mapping human geography into contemporary social theory, the author addresses, reinterprets and questions key theoretical debates and issues – postcolonialism, structuration theory, feminism, deconstruction, postmodernism and poststructuralism – and explores the crucial connection between space, power and knowledge.
Greeted with alarm in the West and dismissed as so much backward or populist reaction, we have to be more open to the run of the present. It reflects how the popular discourses found in the media and in political circles gregofy a continued Orientalism and colonialism. And it was a particular way of thinking about society, the way society is structured into three groups.