Geography and Science in Britain, 1831-1939

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    This book examines the history and geography of science in nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century Britain and the British Empire. In considering the history and geography of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, and the discipline of geography in local, national and imperial contexts, the book makes an important inter-disciplinary contribution. Attention is paid to the Association's workings, to geography as a civic science in Britain and overseas and to the connections between education and citizenship in a period of interwar 'crisis' for geography and for science. This volume will greatly extend the knowledge of the BAAS as a leading body for the promotion of science as a public good and will engage social and cultural historians, historians of science and of empire and those with interests in disciplinary history, notably historians of geography. -- .

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    Number of Pages: 296
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781526116710
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    Listed in: British & Irish history, History of science, Geography
    Publisher: MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY PRESS

    Books by Charles W. J. Withers

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