Progress in Human Geography phg.sagepub.com Geography and the humanities Mike Hulme Prog Hum Geogr 2013 37: 306 DOI: 10.1177/0309132513475754 The online version of this article can be found at: phg.sagepub.com Published by: www.sagepublications.com Additional services and information for Progress in Human Geography can be found at: Email Alerts: http: Subscriptions: phg.sagepub.com Reprints: www.sagepub.com Permissions: www.sagepub.com >> Version of Record - Mar 11 2013 What is This? Downloaded from phg.sagepub.com at MEMORIAL UNIV OF NEWFOUNDLAND on August 10 2014 Book review symposium Geography and the humanities Stephen Daniels Dydia DeLyser J. Nicholas Entrikin and Douglas Richardson Envisioning Landscapes Making Worlds: Geography and the Humanities. Abingdon: Routledge 2011; 336 pp.: 9780415589772: £89 (hbk) 9780415589789 £28.99 (pbk). Michael Dear Jim Ketchum Sarah Luria and Douglas Richardson GeoHumanities: Art History Text at the Edge of Place. Abingdon: Routledge 2011; 344 pp.: 9780415589796 £84 (hbk) 9780415589802 £29.99 (pbk). Commentary 1: To know thy place Can represent and Rodgers examines. Neither book provides a definition of the humanities though some contributors do make a few gestures toward doing so. For Stephen Daniels and the other editors of Envisioning Landscapes Making Worlds the humanities and its approaches are found in philosophy art literature and history (and of course geography) and areas of practice such as music creative writing and art exhibition. In his short piece opening the volume the late Denis Cosgrove says the humanities are an approach to knowledge ‘characterised by hermeneutic and interpretive methods’ and with a goal of knowing thyself (Cosgrove 2011: xxii). Despite the many differences among its various disciplinary practitioners Cosgrove believes the humanities emphasize ‘perception imagination and interpretation’ and are ‘skeptical of universal claims of ‘‘humanity’’’(p. xxiv). Earlier collections on geography and the humanities made more pointed statements on Downloaded from phg.sagepub.com at MEMORIAL UNIV OF NEWFOUNDLAND on August 10 2014 [...]
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