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Dwelling, Place, and Landscape: An Orchard in Somerset
In this paper we seek to develop the concept of dwelling as a means of theorising place and landscape. We do this for two interconnected reasons. First, dwelling has come to the fore recently as an
Tree Cultures: The Place of Trees and Trees in Their Place
The relationship between nature and culture has become a popular focus in social science, but there have been few grounded accounts of trees. Providing shelter, fuel, food and tools, trees have
'Endlessly Revisited and Forever Gone': On Memory, Reverie and Emotional Imagination in Doing Children's Geographies. An 'Addendum' to "'To Go Back up the Side Hill": Memories, Imaginations and
The intention of this article is to expand some of the contexts and some of the conceptual and methodological trajectories presented Philo's (2003) paper. In particular I explore the relationship of
'Before the Dark of Reason': Some Ethical and Epistemological Considerations on the Otherness of Children
This paper focuses on the 'otherness' of childhood. I argue that this otherness has to be acknowledged and respected within the various, welcome attempts in social science study, and society more
Geography, Memory and Non‐Representational Geographies
I discuss the presence of memory within geography, particularly in relation to the interweaving non-representationalUpeformativeUaffective ‘turns’. Memory seems under-considered in these
Lunar–Solar Rhythmpatterns: Towards the Material Cultures of Tides
  • O. Jones
  • Environmental Science
  • 1 October 2011
The movements of the oceans, and the liminal margins of sea, land, and fresh water have profound implications for human/nonhuman life. Those movements and margins are rhythmically affected by tides
‘True geography [ ] quickly forgotten, giving away to an adult-imagined universe’. Approaching the otherness of childhood
In this paper I seek to explore the idea of the otherness of childhood. I suggest that there are considerable differences between the becomings of children and the becomings of adults. In the face of
‘The Breath of the Moon’: The Rhythmic and Affective Time-spaces of UK Tides
In Rhythmanalysis, Henri Lefebvre put forward his ideas on the relationship between time and space, particularly how rhythms characterize space. Here, leading geographers advance and expand on