Vol 36 (2008)

Embodied Practices in Historical Geography

Guest Editors: Carl J. Griffin and Adrian B. Evans

Table of Contents

Embodied Practices in Historical Geography

On Historical Geographies of Embodied Practice and Performance
Carl J. Griffin, Adrian B. Evans
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5-16
Tracking Tigers: Recovering the Embodied Practices of Taxidermy
Merle Patchett
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17-39
Enlivening the Archive: Glimpsing Embodied Consumption Practices in Probate Inventories of Household Possessions
Adrian B. Evans
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40-72
Beyond the Cartesian Pale: Travels with Samuel Beckett, 1928-1946
Charles Travis
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73-93
The Practice of the Text: Arts of Conversation, Arts of Writing
Angharad Saunders
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94-111
Picturing Difference: Writing the Races in the 1896 Berlin Trade Exposition’s Souvenir Album
Jennifer Kopf
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112-138
Affecting Violence: Language, Gesture and Performance in Early Nineteenth-Century English Popular Protest
Carl J. Griffin
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139-162

Research Articles

Time and the Ainu: Japanese Nation-Building and the Conceptualization of Difference
Justin P. Jacobson
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163-181
A Region of Hope, A Region of Despair: Print Media, Geographical Imagination, and the Gogebic Iron Range Mining Boom
Matthew Liesch
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182-207
“Rotting Townlands”: Peadar O’Donnell, the West of Ireland, and the Politics of Representation in Saorstát na hÉireann (Irish Free State) 1929-1933
Charles Travis
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208-224

Reviews

Book Reviews
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225-283
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