The book aims to investigate how the relationship between space and politics has come to the conclusion and often exhausting all of our political imagination, our way of thinking of the articulation of the world and, consequently, our ability to design it. The aim is to propose a method of analysis that allows to explore the material, discursive and metaphorical devices that are the basis of the spatialization of politics. Space and politics is therefore addressed to students of cultural geography, political geography, human geography, political science, international relations, but also those who are fascinated by the spatialization of politics, those who feel prisoner, those who dream other spaces and other policies.
|Translated title of the contribution||Space and politics: reflections of critical geography|
|Place of Publication||Padoa|
|Number of pages||350|
|Publication status||Published - 2004|