Tag Archives: Non-Representational Theory

Remotely Sensing Cape Farewell

I recently gave a presentation at the RGS-IBG annual conference where I creatively presented a series of  35mm slides from my dad’s 1972 mountaineering expedition to Cape Farewell, Greenland. I gave the presentation in a session entitled “Me, my self … Continue reading

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A Rough Guide to Non-Representational Theory

There is increasing interest in practice and performance in cultural geography. Attempts to move beyond issues of representation and re-focus cultural geographic concerns on performativity and bodily practices are linked to the inception of what Nigel Thrift describes as ‘non-representational … Continue reading

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What is Cultural Geography?

In this post I would like to address a question which is often asked of me in Canada: what is “Cultural Geography”? Cultural Geography is a subfield of Human Geography which focuses “upon the patterns and interactions of human culture, … Continue reading

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