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Geographical perception

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Description Here are entered general works on people's mental images of the physical environment around them or in distant lands.

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Article Sara B. Pritchard (April 2017)
The Trouble with Darkness: NASA’s Suomi Satellite Images of Earth at Night. Environmental History (pp. 312-330). (/isis/citation/CBB932733289/) unapi

Article Ned Weidner (2017)
Rotting Fish in Paradise: Putrefaction, Ecophobia, and Olfactory Imaginations of Southern California. Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology (pp. 237-251). (/isis/citation/CBB687778607/) unapi

Article Thomas Simpson (2017)
“Clean Out of the Map”: Knowing and Doubting Space at India’s High Imperial Frontiers. History of Science (pp. 3-36). (/isis/citation/CBB569184175/) unapi

Book Nathalie Bouloux; Anca Dan; Giōrgos Tolias (2017)
Orbis disciplinae. Hommages en l'honneur de Patrick Gautier Dalché. (/isis/citation/CBB347238404/) unapi

Chapter Valeria Manfrè (2016)
The Perception of the Spaces in the Mediterranean Chorographic Literature of the Seventeenth century. (pp. 168-188). (/isis/citation/CBB748589076/) unapi

Book Emmanuelle Peraldo (2016)
Literature and Geography: The Writing of Space Throughout History. (/isis/citation/CBB555450832/) unapi

Book Eric Gidal (2015)
Ossianic Unconformities: Bardic Poetry in the Industrial Age. (/isis/citation/CBB803057285/) unapi

Book Amy G. Richter (2015)
At Home in Nineteenth-Century America: A Documentary History. (/isis/citation/CBB252396639/) unapi

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Zoned in the USA: The Origins and Implications of American Land-Use Regulation. (/isis/citation/CBB187954773/) unapi

Article Green, Nile (2013)
Spacetime and the Muslim Journey West: Industrial Communications in the Making of the “Muslim World”. American Historical Review (pp. 401-429). (/isis/citation/CBB001212532/) unapi


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