Excerpt from "Why decolonize geography?"
Radcliffe, Sarah A
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Radcliffe, S. A. (2022). Excerpt from "Why decolonize geography?". Polity Press, Decolonizing Geography: An Introduction. [Book chapter]. https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.89458
The first book of its kind, Decolonizing Geography offers an indispensable introductory guide to the origins, current state and implications of the decolonial project in geography. Sarah A. Radcliffe recounts the influence of colonialism on the discipline of geography and introduces key decolonial ideas, explaining why they matter and how they change geography’s understanding of people, environments and nature. She explores the international origins of decolonial ideas, through to current Indigenous thinking, coloniality-modernity, Black geographies and decolonial feminisms of colour. Throughout, she presents an original synthesis of wide-ranging literatures and offers a systematic decolonizing approach to space, place, nature, global-local relations, the Anthropocene and much more.
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