On the (settler colonial studies-related) history of historical geography (I): Jane Carruthers, ‘Graeme Wynn: The Historical Geography of Environment and Empire from the Edges’, Historical Geography, 43, 2015, pp. 181-184
Excerpt: In reflecting on Graeme’s thinking and writing about environment and empire, we are left in no doubt of his conviction that of those human transformations he seeks to understand, the imperial period of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries has been the most pivotal. The impact of British imperialism captured his imagination in the 1970s when he first set out to examine New Zealand and Australia and, since the 1980s, Canada.
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