The contributors to this volume-distinguished scholars from geography, art history, philosophy, anthropology, and American and English literature-investigate the ways in which place is embedded in everyday experience, its crucial role in the formation of group and individual identity, and its ability to reflect and reinforce power relations. Contributors: Anne Buttimer, Edward S. Casey, Denis Cosgrove, Tim Cresswell, Michael Curry, Dydia DeLyser, James S. Duncan, Nancy G. Duncan, J. Nicholas Entrikin, William Howarth, John Paul Jones III, David Ley, David Lowenthal, Karal Ann Marling, Patrick McGreevy, Kenneth R. Olwig, Marijane Osborn, Gillian R. Overing, Edward Relph, Miles Richardson, Robert D. Sack, Jonathan M. Smith, Yi-Fu Tuan, April R. Veness, Wilbur Zelinsky._x000B_
Subjects: Population Studies
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