SAGE Journal Articles
Select SAGE journal articles are available to give you more insight into chapter topics. These are also an ideal resource to help support your literature reviews, dissertations and assignments.
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Offen, K. (2013) ‘Historical geography II: Digital imaginations’, Progress in Human Geography, 37(4): 564–77.
This article explores ways in which geographers and others have made use of new digital technologies and media.
Offen, K. (2014) ‘Historical geography III: Climate Matters’, Progress in Human Geography, 38(3): 467–89.
This article reflects critically on experiences at the 2007 International Critical Geographies Conference in Mumbai in 2007 and on a related fieldtrip in order to discuss how, even in such critically-aware contexts, issues such as language, translation, power and positionality emerge as significant factors in how geographical knowledge develops.
Mayhew, R.J. (2009) ‘Historical geography 2007–2008: Foucault’s avatars – still in (the) Driver’s seat,’ Progress in Human Geography, 33(3): 387–97.
This article is useful as it summarizes the field of historical geography in this period. It provides good examples of the range of research areas that can be researched through archival research.