Volume 5, Number 3 (2012)

Human Geography, 5(3) (2012)

Human Geography 5(3): In Memory of Neil Smith


Caging /self-caging: materiality and memes as tools for geopolitical analysis
Fabrizio Eva

Cree Ethnogeography
Gwilym Lucas Eades
Mapping in Epistemological Translation, revising the critique of GIS (Geographical Information Systems) as an instrument of cultural assimilation
Oscar Forero
What the US Should Learn from China for a More Balanced and Peaceful World
Fabio Massimo Parenti

Can the US learn from China for a more balanced and peaceful world?
Pádraig Carmody
China is not as violent as depicted by the West!
Fabio Massimo Parenti

Return to the City of Quartz: Excavating the Future 20 Years On
Alexander R. Tarr

City of Quartz at 20: The Other Valley and Unincorporated Dreams
Wendy Cheng

Post City of Quartz Los Angeles
Juan De Lara

Children of the City of Quartz
Alexander R. Tarr

Mike Davis

Book Reviews

Forsaking the Civilian
Review Essay by Craig Jones

The Enigma of Capital: And the Crises of Capitalism
Reviewed by Tina Grandinetti
Cities and Fascination: Beyond the Surplus of Meaning
Reviewed by Anna Cieslik
The European Union and Global Social Change: A Critical Geopolitical-Economic Analysis
Reviewed by Ulrich Best
The Energy Glut: The Politics of Fatness in an Overheating World
Reviewed by Susan J. Massad
Global Warming: The Causes, The Perils, The Solutions
Reviewed by Richard Peet

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