New classics and diverse clusters in historical geography

@article{McQuillan1995NewCA,
  title={New classics and diverse clusters in historical geography},
  author={Aidan McQuillan},
  journal={Progress in Human Geography},
  year={1995},
  volume={19},
  pages={273 - 284}
}
The diversity of research interests and the appearance during the past two years of several studies which are destined to become classics strongly confirm the health and vitality of historical geography. One may identify a series of clusters around which research interests have coalesced; these clusters wax and wane over time as the intellectual climate changes. Landscape and identity, for example, continue to attract strong interest while the cluster focused on medieval Britain seems to be on… Expand
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