By John Krygier
By Jean-Marie Miossec
By Maurits S. Hassankhan,Lomarsh Roopnarine,Hans Ramsoedh
This e-book is the second one booklet originating from the convention Legacy of Slavery and Indentured Labour: earlier, current and future, which used to be organised in June 2013, by way of the Institute of Graduate reviews and learn (IGSR), Anton de Kom collage of Suriname.
The articles are grouped in 4 sections.
Section one concentrates on indenture within the Caribbean and the IndianOcean and contains 4 diversified, yet inter-related chapters and contributions. those show a few newly- rising, remarkable traits within the examine of indenture, basically departing from the over used neo-slave scholarship. not just are new techniques explored and analysed, yet this part additionally increases unavoidable questions about formerly released reports on indenture.
Section indicates that there are lots of parts that must be re-examined and explored within the learn of indenture. The chapters during this part think again own narratives of indentured labourers, the continual connection among the Caribbean and India in addition to schooling and Christianization of Indians in Trinidad. the result's extraordinary. The research of non-public bills or voices of indentured servants themselves definitely offers another notion to archival info written commonly by way of the organizers of indenture.
Section 3 during this quantity makes a speciality of ethnicity and politics. In segmented societies like Suriname, Guyana and Trinidad & Tobago institutional politics and political mobilization are as a rule ethnically established. In Suriname, Trinidad & Tobago and Guyana this has resulted in ethnic and political tensions. those topics are explored in those 3 articles.
Section 4 addresses future health, drugs and spirituality – issues which, till lately, have obtained little recognition. the 1st article examines the ancient impression of colonialism via indentureship, at the healthiness, healthiness choices and future health personal tastes of Indo-Trinidadians, from the interval among 1845 to the current. the second one examines using protecting talismans by way of Indian indentured labourers and their descendants. very little mental study has been performed at the religious global of Indian immigrants, enslaved Africans and their respective descendants, with unique connection with using talismans.
By John A. Agnew,James S. Duncan
- Edited and written by way of the world's major gurus within the discipline
- Divided into 3 significant sections: Foundations (the heritage of human geography from historic Greece to the overdue 19th century); The Classics (the roots of contemporary human geography); modern methods (current concerns and issues in human geography)
- Each modern factor is tested through individuals delivering exact views at the related theme
By Łukasz Stanek
Countering the existing view, which reduces Lefebvre’s concept of house to a projection of his philosophical positions, Stanek argues that Lefebvre’s paintings grew out of his concrete, empirical engagement with daily practices of residing in postwar France and his exchanges with architects and planners. Stanek specializes in the interplay among structure, urbanism, sociology, and philosophy that happened in France within the Nineteen Sixties and Nineteen Seventies, which used to be marked by way of a shift within the methods of urbanization in any respect scales, from the local to the worldwide point. Lefebvre’s considering used to be vital to this come across, which expert either his thought of area and the idea that of urbanization changing into worldwide.
Stanek bargains a deeper and clearer realizing of Lefebvre’s inspiration and its implications for the current day. At a time whilst towns are more and more very important to our political, spatial, and architectural global, this reassessment proposes a brand new empirical, and functional, interpretation of Lefebvre’s rules on urbanism.
By Heila Lotz-Sisitka,Overson Shumba,Justin Lupele,Di Wilmot
By Michael K. Goodman,David Goodman
By John Pickles,Adrian Smith,Robert Begg,Milan Bucek,Poli Roukova,Rudolf P?stor
- Proposes a brand new theorization of world price chains as a part of a conjunctural monetary geography
- Develops a suite of conceptual and theoretical arguments about the neighborhood embeddedness of worldwide production
- Draws on longitudinal empirical study from over twenty years within the Bulgarian and Slovakian clothing industries
- Makes an incredible intervention into the talk over the industrial geographies of ecu integration and european enlargement
By H. H. Lamb
First released in 1966 those accrued papers, written by the distinct and visionary climatologist Hubert H. Lamb, describe how climates take place and provides a background of climatic adjustments from the final ice-age to the 1960s.
By N. Carter