English bibliography

Here is a list of books written by english-speaking human geographers. I’m going to update this list in the coming weeks. If you want that I add a book, feel free to contact me at « me contacter ».

I) BY GEOGRAPHIC AREAS

North America

D.G. BENETT, J.C. PATTON (2006). The United States and Canada. Sheffield Publishing.

S. S. BIRDSALL, E. PALKA, J. MALINOWSKI, M.L. PRICE (2008). Regional landscapes of the United States and Canada.  John Wiley & Sons. 87,43 e.

W.R. BROWN, E.H. MEAD (1967). The united states and Canada : a regional geography. Hutchinson. 4° éd. OC, 12 e.

P. BURDEN (1996). The Mapping of North America: A List of Printed Maps 1511-1670. Raleigh Publications.

J. FRAZIER, N. HENRY, J.T. DARDEN (2009). The African diaspora in the United States and Canada at the dawn of the 21st century. Global academic Publishing.

S.W. HARDWICK, F.M. SHELLEY, D. HOLTGRIEVE (2007). Geography of North America. Prentice Hall.

J.A. JAKLE (1985). The Tourist: Travel in Twentieth Century North America. University of Nebraska Press. 382 pages. OC, 22,94 e.

J.T. LEMON (1996). Liberal dreams and nature’s limits : great cities of North America since 1600. Oxford University Press.

C. MAYDA (2010). Regional geography of the United States and Canada. Toward a sustainable future. Rowman & Littlefield. ND.

J. MERCER, M.A. GOLDBERG (1986). The myth of the North American City. University of British Columbia Press. 320 pages. 16,65 e.

T.L. Mc KNIGHT (2001). Regional geography of the United States and Canada. 3° éd. Prentice Hall.

B.E. PRICE, E.T. TWEED (1985). Geographical studies in north america. Longman. 2° éd. 232 pages. OC, 10,38 e.

C. TEIXEIRA, W. LI, A. KOBAYASHI dir. (2011). Immigrant geographies of North American cities. Oxford University Press of Canada. 384 pages. 46,79 e.

J.E. VANCE jr. (1995). The north american railroad : its origin, evolution, and geography. John Hopkins University Press. 384 pages. OC.

J.W. WATSON (1963). North America, Its Countries and Regions. Longmans.

C.L. WHITE, E.J. FOSCUE, TL. McKNIGHT (1985). Regional geography of Anglo-America. Prentice Hall. 6° éd. 576 pages. OC, 3,81 e.

M.H. YEATES (1990). The north american city. Harper Collins. 319 pages. 4° éd. 42,23 e.

Canada.

T. BARNES, R. HAYTER eds. (1997). Troubles in the rainforest. British Columbia’s forest economy in transition. Western Geographical Press. 250 pages. 18,35 e.

K. BEESLEY et al. (2003). The new countryside. Geographic perspectives on rural change. Brandon, Man. And Halifax.

L.S. BOURNE, R.D. Mc KINNON, J.W. SIMMONS eds. (1973). The form of cities in Central Canada. University of Toronto Press. 246 pages. OC, 0,01 e.

L. BOURNE, D. LEY (1993). The changing social geography of Canadian cities. McGill-Queens Press. 487 pages. 31,48 e.

B. BRAUN (2002). The intemperate Rainforest. Nature, culture and power On Canada’s West coast. University of Minnesota Press. 347 pages. 19,35 e.

J.N.H. BRITTON (1978). The weakest link. A technological perspective on Canadian industrial underdevelopment. Science Council of Canada. 215 pages. ND.

J.N.H. BRITTON ed. (1996). Canada and the global economy. The geography of structural and technological change. McGill-Queen’s University Press. 468 pages. 78,8 e.

T. BUNTING, P. FILION, R.C. WALKER eds. (2010). Canadian cities in transition. New directions in the Twenty-first century. Oxford University Press. 4° éd. 592 pages. 50,33 e.

A.H. CLARK (1959). Three centuries and the island. A historical geography of settlement and agriculture in Prince Edward island, Canada. University of Toronto Press.

A.H. CLARK (1968). Acadia. The geography of Early Nova Scotia to 1760. University of Wisconsin Press. 432 pages. OC, 37,87 e.

D. DAY ed. (1988). Geographical perspectives on the Maritime Provinces. St’ Mary’s University. 218 pages. OC, 35,65 e.

L. EVENEDEN (1991). Vancouver : a visual history. Talon Books. 112 pages. 20,01 e.

L. EVENEDEN (1995). The suburb of happy homes : Burnaby centennial themes. Simon Fraser University. 192 pages. OC, 0,01 e.

F. GRENIER (1972). Quebec. Studies in Canadian geographies. University of Toronto Press. 120 pages. OC, 30,79 e.

W.G. HANDCOCK (1989). Soe Long as there comes no women. English migration and settlement in Newfoundland. Breakwater.

W.G. HANDCOCK (1997). The story of trinity. “The best and largest harbour in all the land”. Trinity Historical Society.

R.C., HARRIS J. WARKENTIN (1974). Canada before the confederation : a study in historical geography. Oxford University Press. 352 pages. OC, 2,12 e.

R. HARRIS (1988). Democracy in Kingston. A social movement in urban politics. 1965-1970. McGill-Queen’s university Press. 224 pages. 74,86 e.

R. HARRIS (1996). Unplanned suburbs. Toronto’s american tragedy. 1900-1950. John Hopkins University Press. 352 pages. OC. 

R. HARRIS, P. LARKHAM (1999). Changing suburbs. Foundation, form and function. E and FN Spon.

R. HARRIS (2004). Creeping conformity. How Canada became suburban. 1900-1960. University of Toronto Pres. 160 pages. 15,43 e.

R. HAYTER, P. WILDE dir. (1990). Industrial transformation in Canada and Australia. Carleton University Press. 350 pages. 23,6 e.

R. HAYTER (2000). Flexible crossroads. The restructuring of British Columbia’s forest economy. UBC Press. 416 pages. 27,64 e.

J.S. HORNSBY (1992). Nineteenth century Cape Breton. A historical geography. McGill-Queen’s university Press. 304 pages. 74,86 e.

Y. KATZ, J-C LEHR (1999). The last best west. Essays on the historical geographies of the Canadian prairies. Magnes Press. 243 pages. 46,2 e.

J.T. LEMON (2002). Toronto – Since 1918. An illustrated history. Lorimer. 224 pages. 2° éd. OC, 72,54 e.

L.D. Mc CANN (1987). Heartland and hinterland : a geography of Canada. 2 éd. Prentice Hall. 1200 pages. OC, 0,01 e.

J. MANNION (1977). The peopling of Newfoundland. Essays in historical geography. Memorial University of Newfoundland.

K. MITCHELL (2004). Crossing the Neoliberal line : Pacific rim migration and the metropolis. Temple University Press.  296 pages. 19,81 e.

G.B. NORCLIFFE (2001). The ride to modernity. The bicycle in Canada. 1869-1900. University of Toronto Press. 248 pages. 17,08 e.

S. OLSON, P. THORNTON (2011). Peopling the north american city. Montreal 1840-1900. McGill/Queens press. 544 pages. 27,5 e.

G.M. ROBINSON dir. (1991). A social geography of Canada. Dundurn Press. 506 pages. New Edition. 21,72 e.

J. SPELT (1973). Toronto. MacMillan.

B. THRAVES, M.L. LEWRY, J.E. DALE, H. SCHLICHTMANN dir. (2007). Saskatchewan : geographic perspectives. CPRC. 486 pages. 56,13 e.

I. WALLACE (2002). A geography of the Canadian Economy. Oxford University Press. 280 pages. OC, 21,93 e.

R.C. WALKER (2002). Social housing and the role of aboriginal organisations in Canadian cities. Institute For research on public policy.

J. WARKENTIN (1999). Canada : a regional geography. Prentice Hall. 2° éd. 640 pages. 46,99 e.

J.W. WATSON (1945). The Geography of the Niagara Peninsula, with Special Emphasis on Changes in Land Use and Settlement. University of Toronto Press.

J. WATSON, J.W. WATSON (1977). The Canadians: How They Live and Work. David & Charles Publishers. 160 pages. OC, 0,78 e.

J.E. WELSTED, C. STADEL, J.C. EVERITT eds. (1996). The geography of Manitoba. Its land and its people. University of Manitoba Press. 327 pages. OC.

G. WYNN (1981). Timber colony. A historical geography of early nineteenth century New Brunswick. University of Toronto Press. 224 pages. OC, 36,36 e.

M.H. YEATES (1975). Main street : Windsor to Quebec city. Macmillan. 431 pages. OC, 5,89 e.

United States

            Global

R. ABLER, J.S. ADAMS (1976). A comparative atlas of America’s great cities. Twenty metropolitan regions. University of Minnesota Press.

J.S. ADAMS ed (1976). Contemporary metropolitan america. Nineteenth century inland centers and ports. Ballinger.

J.S. ADAMS ed (1976). Contemporary metropolitan america. Cities of the Nation’s historic metropolitan core. Ballinger.

J.S. ADAMS ed (1976). Contemporary metropolitan america. Ninettenth century ports. Ballinger.

J.S. ADAMS ed (1976). Contemporary metropolitan america. Twentieth centyry cities. Ballinger.

J. AGNEW (1987). The United States in the World Economy. A regional geography. Cambridge University Press. 284 pages. 21,07 e.

J. AGNEW, J. SMITH (2002). American space/American place : geographies of the contemporary United States. University of Edinburgh Press. 288 pages. 28,06 e.

J.C. ARCHER, P.J. TAYLOR (1981). Section and Party. Political geography of American Presidential Elections, from Andrew Jackson to Ronald Reagan. John Wiley & Sons. 286 pages. OC, 17, 22 e.

J.C. ARCHER (1986). American electoral mosaics. Association of American geographers. 97 pages. 10,77 e.

J.C. ARCHER, S. LAVIN, K.C. MARTIS, F.M. SHELLEY (2001). Atlas of American politics, 1960-2000. CQ Press. 350 pages. OC, 37,56 e.

J.C. ARCHER, S. LAVIN, K.C. MARTIS, F.M. SHELLEY (2006). Historical atlas of U.S. presidential elections 1788-2004. CQ Press. 2° éd. 256 pages. 95,8 e.

D.D. ARREOLA ed. (2004). Hispanic spaces, latino places. Community and cultural diversity in Contemporary America. University of Arizona Press. 368 pages. 18,17 e.

B. BERRY (1967). Growth centers in the american urban system. Ballinger.

B. BERRY, J.S. WHEELER eds. (2005). Urban geography in America, 1950-2000 : paradigms and personalities. Routledge. 320 pages. 25,31 e.

R.H. BROWN (1948). Historical geography of the United States. Harcourt.

S.D. BRUNN (1974). Geography and Politics in America.  Harper and Row. 443 pages. OC, 0,01 e.

S.D. BRUNN (1980). The American Metropolitan System: Present and Future.  New York: John Wiley and  Halsted Press, 1980, pp. 216 (edited with James O. Wheeler). OC, 1,64 e.

S.D. BRUNN (1996). America’s Political Geography.  New York: Guilford Press (with Fred Shelley, Clark Archer, and Fiona Davidson). 363 pp.

S.D. BRUNN (2006). Wal-mart world. Routledge. 448 pages. 23,67 e.

S.D. BRUNN dir. (2011). Atlas of the 2008 elections. Rowman & Littlefield. 336 pages. 63,61 e.

C.M. CARVER (1987). American regional dialects : a word geography. University of Michigan Press. 318 pages. 29,4 e.

W.A.V. CLARK (2003). Immigrants and the American Dream: Remaking the Middle Class. Guilford Press. 240 pages. 28,89 e.

M.P. CONZEN (2009). The making of the american landscape. Routledge. 568 pages. 2° éd. 41,95 e.

M.P. CONZEN, T.A. RUMNEY, G. WYNN eds. (1993). A scholar’s guide to geographical writing on the American Past. University of Chicago Press. 760 pages. 43,89 e.

H. DE BLIJ (2012). Why geography matters : three challenges facing America. Oxford University Press. 320 pages. 2° éd. 13,27 e.

R.C ESTALL (1972). A modern geography of United States. Pelican.

J. FLORIN (1995). Atlas of American Agriculture. The American Cornucopia. MacMillan. 256 pages. OC, 43,44 e.

L.R. FORD (2003). America’s new downtowns : revitalization or Reinvention ? John Hopkins University Press. 360 pages. 37,67 e.

J.W. FRAZIER, F.M. MARGAI (2010). Multicultural geographies. The changing racial/ethnic patterns of the United States. State University of New York Press. 300 pages. 20,86 e.

G.L. GAILE, C.J. WILMOTT dir. (2005). Geography in America at the dawn of the 21st century. Oxford University Press. New Edition. 844 pages. 52,55 e.

P. GROTH (1999). Living Downtown. The history of residential hotels in the United States. University of California Press.  423 pages. New Edition. OC, 131 e.

B. GUMPRECHT (2008). The american college town. University of Massachussets Press. 21,97 e.

J.F. HART (1998). The American farm. Barnes & Noble.

J.F. HART (2003). The changing scale of American agriculture. University of Virginia Press. 286 pages. 34,48 e.

J. HEPPEN, S.M. OTTERSTROM (2009). Geography, history, and the american political economy. Lexington Books. 240 pages. 23,06 e.

S. HERBERT (2012). Banished : the new social control in Urban America. Oxford University Press. 216 pages. 15,36 e.

J.A. JAKLE (1982). The American Small Town: Twentieth Century Place Images (Hamden, CT: Archon Books, 1982). 195 pages. OC, 29,47 e.

J.A. JAKLE (1996). The Motel in America (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996) (with Keith A. Sculle and Jefferson Rogers). 296 pages. OC, 29,75 e.

J.A. JAKLE (1994). The Gas Station in America (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1994) (with Keith A. Sculle). 288 pages. OC, 23,53 e.

Jakle, J. and D. Wilson, 1992. Derelict Landscapes: the Wasting of America’s Built Environment (Lanham, Md: Rowman and Little-field).

M. JOHNS (2003). Moment of Grace : the american city in the 1950’s. University of California Press. 194 pages. 14,7 e.

R. JONES (1984). Patterns of undocumented migration : Mexico and the United States. Rowman and Allanheld. 242 pages. 63,18 e.

P.L. KNOX (2008). Metroburbia. USA. Rutgers University Press. 18,58 e.

W. LI (2009). Ethnoburb. The new ethnic community in urban America. University of Hawai Press. 19,31 e.

K. MARTIS, R.A. ANDERSON (1989). The historical atlas of political parties in the united States Congress : 1789-1989. Macmillan. 518 pages. OC, 490,26 e.

K. MARTIS, R.A. ANDERSON (1982). The historical atlas of United States congressional districts : 1789-1983. The Free Press. 352 pages. 179,65 e.

K. MARTIS, G. ELMS (1993). The historical atlas of State Power in Progress : 1790-1990. Cq Press. 190 pages. OC, 67,94 e.

K. MARTIS, G. PAUER (1994). The historical atlas of the congresses of the confederate states of America : 1861-1865. Simon and Schuster. 158 pages. OC, 84,14 e.

D.W. MEINIG (1986-1995). The shaping of America : a geographical perspective on 500 years of history. Trois volumes. Yale University Press. Volume 1 (1988). 1492-1800. 24,36 e. Volume 2 (1995). 1800-1867. 656 pages. New Edition. 25,76 e. Volume 3 (2000). 1850-1915. 470 pages. New Edition. 25,18 e. Volume 4 (2006). 1915-2000. 467 pages. 22,43 e.

I.M. MIYARES, C.A. AIRRIESS (2007). Contemporary ethnic geographies in America. Rowman Littlefield. 368 pages. 46,36 e.

R. MORILL, E. WOHLENBERG (1971). Geography of Poverty in the United States. Mc-Graw Hill. 160 pages. OC, 0,01 e.

K.M. MORIN (2011). Civic discipline. Geography in America. 1860-1890. Ashgate. 208 pages. 57,43 e.

P.O. MULLER (1981). Contemporary suburban america

R. PALM (1981). Geography of American cities. Oxford University Press.

M. PASTOR, C. BENNER, M. MATSUOKA (2009). This could be the start of something big. Social movements for regional equity and the future of metropolitan America. Cornell University Press. 248 pages. 15,32 e.

J.W. REPS (1965). The making of urban America. Princeton University Press.

J. RUBINSTEIN (1992). The changing U.S. auto industry : a geographical analysis. Routledge.

J. RUBINSTEIN (2008). Making and selling cars. Innovation and change in the U.S. automotive industry. The John Hopkins University Press. 416 pages. 28,23 e. 

P.A. ROLLINSON, J.T. PARDECK (2006). Homelessness in rural America. Policy and Practices. The Haworth Press. 160 pages. 33,53 e.

A.J. SCOTT (1988). Metropolis: From the Division of Labor to Urban Form. University of California Press. 272 pages. OC, 15,63 e.

R.H. SCHEIN ed. (2006). Landscape and Race in the United States. Routledge. 272 pages. New Edition. 24,01 e.

F.M. SHELLY, C.J. ARCHER, F.M. DAVIDSON, S.D. BRUNN (1996). The political geography of the United States. Guilford Publications. 364 pages. 30,77 e.

J-R. SHORT (1950). Alabaster cities. Urban U.S. since 1950.

J-R. SHORTRIDGE, B.G. SHORTRIDGE (1998). The taste of American place : a reader on regional and ethnic foods. Rowman & Littlefield. 398 pages. 29,86 e.

E. TALEN (2005). New urbanism and american planning. The conflict of cultures. Routledge. 318 pages. New Edition. 35,82 e.

P.J. Taylor, Robert E. Lang (2005). US cities in the “World city network”

N. TYLER (). History of transportation systems in the United States.

D. WARD (1971). Cities and immigrants. Oxford University Press.

J. WATSON, J.W. WATSON (1979). Social geography of the United States. Longman. OC.

J. WEITZ (1999). Sprawl busting. State programms to guide growth. Planners Press. 376 pages. OC.

J. WILFORD (In press). Purpose Driven Place: Post-suburban Transformations in American Evangelicalism. New York University Press.

D. WILSON (2007). Cities and Race. America’s new Black Ghetto. Routledge. 192 pages. 26,42 e.

W. ZELINSKI (1992). The cultural geography of the United States. Prentice Hall. 310 pages. 2° édition. 37,43 e.

            Regional

C.T. ADAMS (1988). The politics of capital investment : the case of Philadelphia. State University of New York Press.

C.T. ADAMS et al. (1991). Philadelphia : neighboroods, division and conflict in a Postindustrial city. Temple University Press.

C.T. ADAMS et al. (2008). Restructuring the Philadelphia region. Metropolitan divisions and inequality. Temple University Press.

J. ADAMS, B. VAN DRASEK (1993). Minneapolis-St. Paul: People, Place and Public Life.. University of Minnesota Press.

C. AIKEN (2003). The cotton plantation south since the civil war. John Hopkins Press. 472 pages. 22,46 e.

J.R. ANDERSON (1973). A geography of agriculture in the US southeast. Akadiemai Kado.

D.D. ARREOLA (2002). Tejano South Texas. A mexican-american cultural province. University of Texas Press. 288 pages. 18,15 e.

D.G. BENETTS dir. (1996). Snapshots of the Carolinas. Landscapes and cultures. Association of American Geographers. 10,77 e.

D.G. BENETT, J.C. PATTON (2008). A geography of the Carolinas. Parkway Publishers. 250 pages. 17,45 e.

M. BROWN, R. MORILL dir. (2011). Seattle geographies. University of Washington Press. 216 pages. 42,85 e.

A. BROWNLOW (2008). A political ecology of neglect. Race, gender and environmental change in Philadelphia. Verlag DM.

S.D. BRUNN (2004). The Role of the South in the Making of American Geography: Centennial of the AAG. Bellwether Press, 442 pp. (co-edited with J. O. Wheeler).

C.S. CAMPBELL (2004). Images of the New Jerusalem. Latter day saint faction interpretations of independence, Missouri. The University of Tennessee Press. 438 pages.

W.A.V. CLARK (1998) The California Cauldron: Immigration and the Fortunes of Local Communities. Guilford Press. 217 pages. OC, 10,38 e.

M.P. CONZEN, G.K. LEWIS (1976). Boston : a geographical portrait. Ballinger.

W. CRONON (1991). Nature’s metropolis. Chicago and the Great West. W.W. Norton. 556 pages. New Edition. 15,79 e.

J.O. DWYER, D.H. ALDERMAN (2008). Civil rights memorials and the geography of Memory. Center for American Places. 

L.R. FORD (2005). Metropolitan San Diego. University of Pennsylvania Press.

O.J. FURUSETH, H. SMITH (2006). Latinos in the new South. Transformations of Place. Ashgate. 304 pages. 62,67 e.

R.L. GERLAH (1976). Immigrants in the Ozarks. A study in ethnic geography. University of Missouri Press.

P. GOBER (2006). Metropolitan Phoenix. University of Pennsylvania Press.

B.J. GODFREY (1988). Neighborhoods in transition. The making of San Francisco’s ethnic and nonconformist communities. University of California Press. 233 pages.

J. GOTTMAN (1955). Virginia at Mid-Century. Henry Holt.

J. GOTTMAN (1966). Megalopolis : the urbanized northeastern seaboard of the united states. Twentieth century fund. 3° éd.

J. GOTTMAN (1990). Since megalopolis : the urban writings of Jean Gottman. John Hopkins Press. 294 pages. 19,68 e.

W. GRAVES, H. SMITH dir. (2011). Charlotte, NC. The global evolution of a new South city. University of Georgia Press. 320 pages. A paraître en 2012 en broché à 17,63 e.

R.P. GREENE, M.J. BOUMAN, D. GRAMMENOS eds. (2006). Chicago’s geographies. Metropolis for the 21st century. Association of the American geographers.

R.E. GROOP et al. (1984). Michigan political atlas. Michigan State University.

E. HAGUE, H. BEIRICH, E.H. SEBESTA (2008). Neo-confederacy. A critical introduction. University of Texas Press. 356 pages. 23,16 e.

G. HAUSLADEN (2006). Western places, American myths. How we think about the West. University of Nevada Press. New Edition. 360 pages.  19,3 e.

A. HAYES-CONROY (2005). South Jersey under the Stars: Essays on Culture, Agriculture, and Place. Fairleigh University Press / Associated University Presses. 264 pages. OC, 2,36 e.

G.L. HENDERSON (1999). California and the fiction of capital. Oxford University Press.

S. HERBERT (1997). Policing space. Territoriality and the Los Angeles Police Department. University of Minnesota Press.

G. HOLLANDER (2008). Raising canes in the ‘glades. The global sugar trade and the transformation of Florida. University of Chicago Press. 336 pages. 31,11 e.

J.C. HUDSON (1985). Plains country towns. University of Minnesota Press. 189 pages. OC, 41,78 e.

J.C. HUDSON (1994). Making the Corn Belt. A geographical history of Middle-Western agriculture. Indiana University Press. 276 pages. OC, 59,75 e.

P. HUGILL (1995). Upstate Arcadia. Landscape, aesthetics, and the triumph of social differentiation in America. Rowman & Littlefield.

R.S. HYSLOP (2000). California : the geography of diversity. McGraw Hill. 2° éd. 295 pages. 29,52 e.

J.A. JAKLE Images of the Ohio Valley: A Historical Geography of Travel, 1740 to 1860 (New York: Oxford University Press, 1977).

J.A. JAKLE Common Houses in America’s Small Towns: The Atlantic Seaboard to the Mississippi Valley (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1989) (with Robert Bastian and Douglas Meyer).

R. JONES ed. (2008). Immigrants outside Megalopolis. Ethnic transformation in the heartland. Lexington Books. 332 pages. 61,3 e.

T. JORDAN (1984). Texas, a geography. Westview Press. OC, 11,74e.

A. KEIFFER dir. (2008). The geography of Ohio. Kent State University. 2° éd. 608 pages. 59,47 e.

A.K. KNOWLES (1997). Calvinists incorporated. Welsh immigrants on Ohio’s industrial frontier

J. KOSEK (2006). The political life of forests in Northern New mexico. Duke University Press. 376 pages. 21,87 e.

R.P. LARKIN (1996). The San Luis Valley of Colorado. A geographical sketch. Hulbert Press.

S.J. LAVIN, F.M. SHELLEY, J.C. ARCHER (2011). Atlas of the Great Plains. University of Nebraska Press. 336 pages. 31,51 e.

J.T. LEMON (1972). The best poor man’s country. A geographical study of early Southeastern Pennsylvania. John Hopkins Press.

D. LEY (1974). The black inner city as frontier outpost. Images and behaviour of a Philadelphia neighbourhood. Association of American Geographers. 282 pages.  OC, 77,87 e.

J.J. LOPEZ ed. (2000). The Atlas of Minnesota. Center for rural policy.

J.J. LOPEZ (2006). Puerto Rico. Chelsea House Publishers.

D.R. McMANIS (1975). Colonial New England. A historical geography. Oxford University Press.

D.W. MEINIG (1995). The Great Columbia Plain, a historical geography. 1805-1910. University of Washington Press. 600 pages. 18,08 e.

D.W. MEINIG (1976). Imperial Texas. An interpretative essay in cultural geography. University of Texas Press. 172 pages. New Edition. 14,52 e.

D.W. MEINIG (1971). Southwest : three peoples in geographical change 1600-1970. Oxford University Press. 163 pages. 24,36 e.

J.L. MEYER (2004). The spirit of Yellowstone. Roberts Rinehart Publishers. 128 pages. 2° éd. 15,42 e.

B. MILLER (2000). Geography and social movements. Comparing antinuclear activism in the Boston area. University of Minnesota Press. 240 pages. 52, 37 e.

D. MITCHELL (1996). The lie of the land : migrant workers and the california landscape. University of Minnessota Press. 256 pages. 18,98 e.

K.M. MORIN (2008). Frontiers of femininity. A new historical geography of the 19th century American West.  Syracuse University Press. 272 pages. 23,16 e.

J. MORRIS (1992). From Coronado to Escalante. The explorers of the Spanish Southwest. Chelsea House Publishers. 112 pages. OC, 1,18 e.

J. MORRIS (2001). A private in the Texas Rangers. Texas A & M University Press. 384 pages.19,34 e.

S.H. OLSON (1997). Baltimore : the building of an American city. Johns Hopkins University Press. 2° éd. 498 pages. OC, 92,13 e.

E.J. PALKA (2000). Valued landscapes of the far north : a geographic journey through Denali National Park. Rowman & Littlefield. 160 pages. 20,26 e.

J.C. PATTON, R. WILLIAMS (2008). A comparative atlas of north carolina and the triad.

M.D. RAFFERTY (1980). The Ozarks : Land and life. University of Oklahoma Press.

M.D. RAFFERTY (1982). Historical atlas of Missouri. University of Oklahoma Press. 272 pages. 18,78 e.

K. RAITZ (). The Great Valley Road. Shenandoah valley landscape from prehistory to the present.

K. RAITZ (). The national road.

K. RAITZ (). A guide to the national road.

J.W. REPS (1979). Cities of the American West. Princeton University Press.

N. SAYRE (2002). Ranching, endangered species, and urbanization in the Southwest. Species of capital. University of Arizona Press.

N. SAYRE (2005). Working wilderness. The Malpai borderlands group and the future of the western range. Rio Nuevo Press.

A.J. SCOTT (1993). Technopolis: High-Technology Industry and Regional Development in Southern California. University of California Pres. 336 pages. OC, 23 e.

A.J. SCOTT, E. SOJA eds. (1996). The city : Los Angeles and urban theory at the end of the twentieth century. University of California Press. 483 pages. 21,82 e.

A.J. SCOTT (2005). On Hollywood: The Place, the Industry. Princeton University Press. 264 pages. 47,81 e.

J-R. SHORTRIDGE (1989). The Middle West : its meaning in American Culture. University Press of Kansas. 216 pages. 27 e.

 J-R. SHORTRIDGE (1995). Peopling the plains. Who settled where in frontier Kansas. University Press of Kansas. 288 pages. 33,18 e.

J-R. SHORTRIDGE (2004). Cities on the plains. The evolution of urban Kansas. University Press of Kansas. 520 pages. 35,59 e.

E. SOJA (1996). Thirdspace : journeys to Los Angeles and other Real-and-Imagined- Places. Blackwell. 352 pages. 25,13 e.

L.M. SOMMERS (1977). Atlas of Michigan. Michigan State University Press. 242 pages. OC, 4,43 e.

J.H. THOMPSON (1977). Geography of New York State. Syracuse University Press. 543 pages. OC, 28,51 e.

R. ULACK, K. RAITZ, G. PAUER dir. (1998). Atlas of Kentucky. Kentucky University Press. 336 pages. 30,89 e.

J.E. VANCE Jr (1964). Geography and urban evolution in the San Francisco Bay area.

P.O. WACKER, P.G.E. CLEMANS (1995). Land use in early New Jersey. A historical geography. Rutgers University Press.. 344 pages. OC, 62,35 e.

S.M WALCOTT, D. DUCHON, E.H. HENDRIX, J. KART (2004). Globalizing Georgia. Atlanta ethnicity atlas and multicultural directory of Georgia 2003-04. CARA Publications. 

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D. WISHART (1992). The fur trade of the American West. 1807-1840. Unversity of Nebraska Press. 2° éd. 237 pages. 16,96 e.

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Latin America

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D.J. ROBINSON dir. (1981). Studies in Spanish American population history. Westview Press.

D.J. ROBINSON dir. (1990). Migration in Colonial Spanish America. Cambridge University Press. 

Central America and Caribbean

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D.B. MASSEY (1987). Nicaragua. Open University Press. 128 pages. OC, 2,53 e.

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South America

A.J. BEBBINGTON, M. CONNARTY, W. COXSHALL, H. O’SHAUGNESSY, M. WILLIAMS (2007). Mining and development in Peru, with special reference to the Rio Blanco Project, Piura. London. Peru Support Group.

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I. BOWMAN (1916). The Andes of Southern Peru.

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Europe

N. CATTAN (2007). Cities and network in Europe. A critical approach of polycentrism. John Libbey Eurotext. 207 pages. 30,4 e.

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Eastern Europe

J.C. DEWDNEY (1971). Geography of the Soviet Union. Pergamon Press. 184 pages. OC, 6,15 e.

B. GREEN (2002). Teton valley. Its land and people. Ryazan State Pedagogical University.

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Africa

P. CARMODY (2010). Globalisation in Africa. Recolonization or Renaissance ? Lynne Rienner.

P. CARMODY (2007). Neoliberalism, civil society and security in Africa. MacMillan. 224 pages.

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North Africa

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J.A. MILLER (1984). Imlil. A moroccan moutain community in change. Westview.  230 pages. ND.

Sub-saharan Africa

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Oceania

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A.L. GREINER, TG JORDAN-BYCHKOV (2008). Anglo-celtic Australia. Colonial immigration and cultural regionalism. Center for American Places. 208 pages. 53,32 e.

J.M POWELL (1991). An historical geography of modern australia : the restive fringe. Cambridge University Press. EUR 35,12

 M. H BARLOW, R.G. NEWTON (). Patterns and processes in regional geography : Australia and New Zealand. McGraw-Hill Australia. OC, 40,85 e. 

T.L. MCKNIGHT (1994). Oceania : the geography of Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. Prentice Hall. EUR 29,12

K. O’CONNOR (2002). Australia’s changing economicgeography : a society dividing. OUP Australia. OC, 19, 24 e.

? (). Australia : a geography. St. Martin’s press.

D.C. RICH (1987). The industrial geography of Australia. Routledge. EUR 56,34

M. MANUEL (1995). A geography of South Australia. Cambridge University Press. 48,14 e.

P. MCMANUS (2004). Vortex cities to sustainable cities : Australia’s urban challenge. UNSW Press. EUR 35,57

O.H.K. SPATE (1959). The fijian people

O.H.K. SPATE (1979). The Pacific since Magellan. 3 volumes. Routledge. ND.

Stratford, E, Australian Cultural Geographies, Oxford University Press, South Melbourne, Victoria, pp. i-xv, 1-192. ISBN 0-19-550608-1 (1999) [Edited Book] OC, 107,38 e.

Hugo, G.J., 1986.  Australia’s Changing Population: Trends and Implications, Oxford University Press, Melbourne.  (354 pp.)

Rugendyke, B. and Connell, J. (eds) 2008, Tourism at the Grassroots: Villagers and Visitors in the Asia Pacific, Abingdon and New York: Routledge

Asia

G. VENUGOPAL (). Asian urbanization. Challenges of the 21st century.

W. LI dir. (2006). From urban enclave to ethnic suburb. New asian communities in Pacific Rim countries. Univresity of Hawaii Press. 256 pages. 57,46 e.

R. TIRTHA (2001). Geography of Asia. Rawat. 440 pages. EUR 29,30

O.K.H. SPATE (). The changing face of Asia.

D.L. STAMP (1967). Asia. A general and regional geography. Methuen.

G.P. CHAPMAN, K.M. BAKER (1992). The changing geography of Asia. Routledge. 284 pages. 36,41 e.

Hugo, G.J and Young, S. (eds.), 2008.  Labour Mobility in the Asia-Pacific Region, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore

Far-East

R. ISHIDA (1961). Geography of Japan. Kokusai binka shinkokai. 125 pages. ND.

G.T. TREWARTHA (1965). Japan, a geography. University of Wisconsin. 662 pages. OC, 26,92 e.

D. MAC DONALD (1984). A geography of modern japan. Japan library. OC, 0,01 e.

T. NOH (1990). Japan : regional geography. OC.

K. TAKEUCHI (2000). Modern japanese geography. An intellectual history. Kohon shoin. 250 pages. ND.

K. NAGATANI, D.W. EDGINGTON (2004). Japan and the west. The perception gap. Ashgate. 198 pages. 85,98 e.

R. CYBRIWSKY (1991). Tokyo: The Changing Profile of an Urban Giant. GK Hall & Co. OC, 22,94 e.

R. CYBRIWSKY (1998). Tokyo: The Shogun’s City at the 21st Century. Wiley-Academy. 2° éd. 256 pages. OC, 253,73 e.

R. CYBRIWSKY (2011). Roppongi crossing. The demise of a Tokyo nightclub and the reshaping of a global city. University of Georgia Press. 328 pages. 19,3 e.

L. FAIER (2009). Intimate encounters. Filipina women and the remaking of rural Japan. University of California Press. 304 pages. 20,08 e.

D.W. EDGINGTON dir. (2004). Japan at the millenium. University of British Columbia Press. 33 e.

D.W. EDGINGTON (2011). Reconstructing Kobe. The geography of crisis and opportunity. University of British Columbia Press. 328 pages. 36,32 e.

Goodman, R., Peach, C., Takenaka, A. and White, P.E. (eds.) (2003). Global Japan: The Experience of Japan’s New Immigrants and Overseas Communities, Routledge Curzon

P. SHAPIRA, I. MASSER, D.W. EDGINGTON (1994). Planning for cities and regions in Japan. Liverpool University Press.  214 pages. 21, 25 e.

Eugene J. PALKA, F. A. GALGANO (2003). North Korea : geographic perspectives. Mc-Graw Hill. EUR 14,98

S. CHOE, J. KIM (1997). Seoul : the making of a metropolis. John Wiley & Sons. World Cities series. 288 pages. New edition. OC, 341 e.

P. GAUBATZ (1996). Beyond the Great Wall : urban form and transformation on the chinese frontiers. Stanford University Press. 366 pages.  53,63 e.

K.V. CHAN (1994). Cities with invisible walls : reinterpreting urbanization in post-1949 China. Oxford University Press. 194 pages. OC, 203,95 e.

X. SU, P. TEO (2009). The politics of heritage tourism in China. A view from Lijiang. Routledge. 224 pages. 35,23 e.

Y. ZHOU (2008). The inside story of China’s high-tech industry : making “Silicon Valley” in Beijing. Rowman and Littlefield. 214 pages. 23,98 e.

S.M. WALCOTT (2003). Chinese science and industrial technology parks. Ashgate. 230 pages. OC, 174 e.

Y-T. HSING (1998). Making capitalism in China. The Taiwan connection. Oxford University Press. 264 pages. 31,98 e.

Y-T. HSING, C.K. LEE dir (2009). Reclaiming Chinese society. The new social activism. Routledge. 272 pages. 32,58 e.

Y-T. HSING (2010). The great urban transformation. Politics of land & property in China. Oxford University Press. 272 pages. 27,76 e.

C.C. FAN (2008). China on the move. Migration, the state and the household. Routledge. 224 pages. 107,46 e.

W. WU, P. GAUBATZ (2012). The chinese city. Routledge. 324 pages. 34,84 e.

B. STAIGER, S. FRIEDRICH, H. SCHUETTE dir. (2006). Geography and economy of China. WBG. 

South-East Asia.

CHIA LIN SIEN dir. (1979). South-east asia : a systematic geography. Oxford University Press.

T. MC GEE (1963). The cultural role of cities. A case study of Kula Lumpur. ND.

T. MC GEE (1967). The Southeast asian city : a social geography of the primate cities of Southeast Asia. Bell. 204 pages. OC, 20 e.

R. ULACK, T. LEINBACH (1999). Southeast Asia. Diversity and development. Prentice Hall. 594 pages. 63,38 e.

R. YABES, C. CHIFOS dir. (2000). Southeast asian urban environments. Structured and spontaneous. Arizona State University. 326 pages. OC, 57,94 e. 

F.L. WERNSTEDT, J.E. SPENCER (1967). The Philippine island world. University of California Press.

D.S. SALITA (1974). Geography and national resources of the Philippines. University of the Philipinnes.

W. RUTZ (1987). Cities and towns in Indonesia. Gebrüder Borntraeger. 292 pages. ND.

R.L. ANDREWS, C.S. FREESTONE (). Geography of Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. ND.

B.A. YEOH, T. WONG (2008). Over Singapore – 50 years ago. An aerial view in the 1950s. Editions Didier Millet. 121 pages. 23,05 e. 

J. GLASSMAN (2004). Thailand at the margins. Internationalization of the state and the transformation of Labour. Oxford University Press. 260 pages. 112,91 e.

J. GLASSMAN (2010). Bounding the Mekong. The Asian developement. Bank, China and Thailand. University of Hawaï Press. 280 pages. 42,24 e.

I.G. BAIRD, B. SHOEMAKER (2008). People, livelihoods and development in the Xekong River Basin of Laos. White Lotus Press. 436 pages. 39,69 e. 

South Asia.

O.K.H. SPATE (1954). India and Pakistan : a general and regional geography. OC.

O.K.H. SPATE, A.T. LEARMONTH (1972). India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. 2 tomes. 3° éd. Methuen.

B. L. C. JOHNSTON (1980). South Asia, selected studies in the essential geography of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka. Heineman.

P.P. KARAN (1967). Bhutan, a physical and cultural geography. University of Kentucky Press. OC, 40,2 e.

Haroun ER RASHID (1993). Geography of Bangladesh. EUR 13,96

P.C. AGARWAL (1968). Human geography of Bastar district. Garga Bros. 448 pages. ND.

E. AHMAD (1965). Bihar. A physical, economic and regional geography. Ranchi University. OC.

L.S. BHAT (2009). Geography in India : Selected themes. Pearson education India. EUR 33,10

S. CHAKRAVORTY, S. LALL (2007). Made in India : The Economic Geography and Political Economy of Industrialization. Oxford University Press. 238 pages. 47,27 e.

A. CHHATRE, V. SABERWAL, (2006). Democratizing Nature: Politics, Conservation, and Development in India. Oxford, UK; New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press. 320 pages. 38,34 e.

A. CUNNINGHAM (2002). The ancient geography of India. Munshirm. EUR 9,64.

K.R. DIKSHIT (1970). Geography of Gujarat. National Book Trust. 260 pages.

B.L.C. JOHNSON (1979). India, resources and development. Heinemann.

K. PALIWAL (2000). Economic geography of India. Kitab Mahal.

A. KUMAR (2004). Social Geography of India. Anmol Publications. EUR 210,05

S. KUMAR, S. RAJU (2006). Colonial and Post-colonial geographies of India. Sage Publications. EUR 43,01

V.C. MISRA (1966). Geography of Rajasthan. National Book Trust of India.

V.L.S. PRAKASA  RAO (1964). Towns of Mysore State. Asia Publishing house. 120 pages. OC.

A. SALDANHA (2007). Psychedelic white. Goa trance and the viscosity of race. University of Minnesota Press. 288 pages. 44,08 e.

J. SINGH (1964). Transport geography of South Bihar. BHU. 271 pages.

R.L. SINGH (1955). Banaras, a study in urban geography. Nund Kishora & Bros. ND.

R.L. SINGH (1964). Bangalore : an urban survey. NGSI. 165 pages. OC.

R.L. SINGH dir. (1968). India : regional studies. I.G.U. Pub. 358 pages. ND.

R.L. SINGH (1993). India. A regional geography.

R.P. B. SINGH dir. (2009). Uprooting geographic thoughts in India. Toward ecology and culture in 21st century. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 342 pages. New edition. 23,96 e.

D.E. SOPHER (1980). An exploration of India. Geographical perspectives on society and culture. Longman. 338 pages. OC, 0,34 e.

R. TIRTHA (1980). Society and development in contemporary india : geographical perspectives. Harlo Printing. 368 pages. OC, 23,52 e.

R. TIRTHA (2001). Geography of India. Rawat. 438 pages. 23,07 e.

Kazi S. AHMAD, K.U. KURESHY (1978). Geography of Pakistan. Oxford University Press. OC, 3,45 e.

S. WIZARAT (2002). The rise and fall of industrial productivity in Pakistan. OUP Pakistan. EUR 11,13

F. K. KHAN (2003). Commercial geography. OUP Pakistan. EUR 13,76

F. K. KHAN (2008). Oxford Atlas for Pakistan. Oxford University Press.

F. K. KHAN (1992). A geography of Pakistan : environment, people and economy. OC, 3,53 e.  

Middle East

Eugene J. PALKA (2003). Afghanistan : geographic perspectives. EUR 20,23

R.H. HANKS ed. (2009). Global security watch. Central Asia. Praeger security International. 224 pages. 39,18 e.

J. MALINOWSKI (2003). Iraq : geographic perspectives. Mac Graw Hill. 120 pages. EUR 16,09

J.C. DEWDNEY (1971). Turkey : an introductory geography. Chatto & Windus. 224 pages. OC, 24,16 e.

I.R. MANNERS, A. MARCUS (1995). Istanbul : portrait of a city. Texas Committee for humanities.

A. MILLS (2010). Streets of memory. Landscape, tolerance, and national identity in Istanbul. University of Georgia Press. 248 pages. 19,16 e.

S.D. BRUNN, S.W. TOOPS, R. GILBREATH (2012). The Routledge atlas of Central Eurasian Affairs. Routledge. 240 pages. 28,65 e.

A. DRYSDALE, R. HINNENBUSCH (1991). Syria and the Middle East Peace Process. Council on Foreign Relations. 244 pages. OC, 16,98 e.

T. MAYER, S. MOURAD dir. (2008). Jerusalem : idea and reality. Routledge. 352 pages. 28,64 e.

Y. GRADUS, E. RAZIN, S. KRAKOVER (1993). The industrial geography of Israel. Routledge. 272 pages. 115,05 e.

S. KRAKOVER, Y. GRADUS eds. (2000). Israeli scholar’s publications in human geography and development studies. Ben-Gurion University Press.

A. MEIR (1997). As Nomadism ends. The Israeli Bedouin of the Negev. Westview Press. 272 pages. OC, 98,51 e.  

O. YIFTACHEL, A. MEIR eds (1998). Ethnic frontiers and peripheries. Landscapes of development and inequality in Israel. Westview Press. 360 pages. OC, 98,56 e.

O. YIFTACHEL (2006). Ethnocracy. Land and the politics of identity Israel/Palestine. University of Pennsylvania Press. 306 pages. 46,62 e.

I. SCHNELL, M. SOFER, I DRORI (1995). Arab industrialization in Israel. Ethnic entrepreneurship in the Periphery. Praeger. 203 pages. 79,87 e.

R. AARONSOHN (2000). Rothschild and early Jewish colonization in Palestine. Rowman & Littlefield. 330 pages. 27, 32 e.

M. AZARYAHU (). Tel Aviv : mythography of a city.

R. RUBIN (1999). Image and reality. Jerusalem in maps and views. Magness Press. 182 pages. 73,32 e.

II) BY THEMATIC

 

Cultural geography

S. AITKEN, L.E. ZOHN eds. (1994). Place, power, situation and spectacle. A geography of film. Rowman & Littlefield. 278 pages. 29,36 e.

Atkinson, D., Jackson, P., Sibley, D. and Washbourne, N. (eds.) (2005). Cultural geography: a critical dictionary of key concepts. I.B. Tauris

Clarke, D. B., Crawford Pfannhauser, V. and Doel, M. A. (eds) (2009) Moving Pictures/Stopping Places: Hotels & Motels on Film Lexington

C. CLARKE, D. LEY, C. PEACH dir. (1984). Geography and ethnic pluralism. Allen and Unwin. 294 pages. OC, 2,13 e.

J.M. CURRY, R.A. WELLS dir. (2008). Faithful imagination in the academy. Explorations in religious belief and scholarship. Lexington Books. 174 pages. 18,74 e.

J. DUNCAN, D. LEY (1993). Place/culture/representation. Routledge. 341 pages. 352 pages. 34,61 e.

C. DWYER, C. BRESSEY dir. (2008). New geographies of race and racism. Ashgate. 304 pages. 73,96 e.

P. GOULD, R. WHITE (1986). Mental maps. Routledge. 188 pages. 41,8 e.

P. HUGILL, K.E. FOOTE, K. MATHEWSON, J.M. SMITH dir (1994). Re-reading cultural geography. University of Texas Press. 504 pages. 41,03 e.

J.A. JAKLE (2002). Fast Food: Roadside Restaurants in the Automobile Age. Johns Hopkins University Press. (with Keith A. Sculle). 416 pages. New Edition. OC, 26,08 e.

J.A. JAKLE (1987). The Visual Elements of Landscape. University of Massachusetts Press, 1987). 216 pages. 17,42 e.

D.S. MOORE, J. KOSEK, A. PANDIAN ed. (2003). Race, Nature, and the Politics of Difference. Duke University Press. 472 pages. 21,85 e.

A.M. McGINTY (2006). Becoming muslim. Western women’s conversions to Islam. Palgrave MacMillan.  224 pages. 25,46 e.

D. MITCHELL (2000). Cultural geography : a critical introduction. Basil Blackwell. 352 pages. 28,85 e.

K.M. MORIN, J.K. GUELKE (2007). Women, Religion and space. Global perspectives on gender and faith. Syracuse University Press. 224 pages. 21,03 e.

T. OAKES, P. PRICE (2008). The cultural geography reader. Routledge. 496 pages. New Edition. 39,63 e.

O. JOHANSSON, T. L. BELL, eds. (2009). Sound, Society, and the Geographies of Popular Music.  Ashgate Publishing. 275 pages. 96,73 e.

R.H. SCHEIN, J. DUNCAN, N. JOHNSON (2007). A Companion to Cultural Geography. Blackwell. 544 pages. 30,06 e.

B. WALLACH (2004). Understanding the cultural landscape. Guilford Press. 406 pages. 24,03 e.

L.E. ZOHN ed. (1990). Place images in Media. Portrayal, meaning, experience. Rowman and Littlefield. 256 pages. OC, 37,49 e.

Economic geography

K. ARCHER, M. BOSMAN, M. AMEN, E. SCHMIDT eds. (2008). The cultures of globalization. Contestation, hybridity and coherence. Routledge. 160 pages. 35,42 e.

T.J. BARNES (1995). Logics of dislocation : models, metaphors, and meanings of economic space. The Guilford Press.

T.J. BARNES, M.S. GERTLER (1999). The new industrial geography : regions, regulations and institutions. Routledge.

T.J. BARNES, E. SHEPPARD (2000). A companion to economic geography. Blackwell. 

T.J. BARNES, J.A. PECK, E. SHEPPARD, A. TICKELL (2003). Reading economic geography. Wiley.

T.J. BARNES, E. SHEPPARD, A. TICKELL, J.A. PECK (2007). Politics and practice in economic geography. Sage.

Beaverstock, J., Derudder, B., Faulconbridge, J. & Witlox, F. (eds.) (2009). Business Travel in the Global Economy. Ashgate

C. BENNER (2002). Work in the New Economy.

C. BENNER (2007). Staircases or Treadmills. Labor market intermediaries and economic opportunity in a changing economy.

S.D. BRUNN, T. R. LEINBACH (1991). Collapsing Space and Time: A Geography of Information and Communication. Unwin Hyman. 404 pages.

S.D. BRUNN, T. R. LEINBACH (2001). Worlds of E-Commerce: Economic, Geographical and Social. John Wiley. 353 pages.

S.D. BRUNN, S. L. CUTTER and J. W. HARRINGTON, Jr (2004). Geography and Technology. Kluwer Academic Publishers, 613 pages.

J. BRYSON, P. DANIELS, B. WARF (2004). Service worlds : people, organizations, and technologies. Routledge.

CHAKRAVORTY, S. (2006). Fragments of Inequality: Social, Spatial, and Evolutionary Analyses of Income Distribution. Routledge

Clarke, D. B., Doel, M. A., and Housiaux, K. M. L. (eds) (2003) The Consumption Reader Routledge

K.E. COREY, M.I. WILSON (2000). Information tectonics. Space, place and technology in an information age. John Wiley & Sons.

K.E. COREY, M.I. WILSON (2006). Urban and regional technology planning. Planning practice in the global knowledge economy. Routledge.

M. CURRY (1996). The work in the world. Geographical practice and the written world. University of Minnessota Press.

P.W. DANIELS, J.W. HARRINGTON, dir. (2007). Services and economic development in Asia-Pacific. Ashgate. 200 pages. 62,45 e.

K. DEBBAGE (1998). The economic geography of the tourist industry. Routledge. 368 pages. 42,39 e.

T. EDENSOR, D. LESLIE, S. MILLINGTON, N.M. RANTISI dir. (2009). Spaces of vernacular creativity. Rethinking the cultural economy. Routledge. 272 pages. 113,42 e.

D.W. EDINGTON, A.L. FERNANDEZ, C. HAUSHINO (2001). New regional developments paradigm. Volume 2. Greenwood Press.

K. ENGLAND, K. WARD dir. (2007). Neoliberalization : networks, states, peoples. Blackwell. 320 pages. 22,76 e.

D. FELSENSTEIN, B. PORTNOV eds. (2005). Regional disparities in small countries. Springer. 339 pages. 125,89 e.

R. Florida (2002). The rise of the creative class. Basic Books. EUR 12,67

M.S. GERTLER (). Regional dynamics.

M.S. GERTLER (). Manufacturing Culture. The governance of industrial practice.

A. Ghosh and S. McLafferty, (1987) Location Strategies for Retail and Service Firms, Lexington, MA: D.C. Heath, 213 pp.

R.J. GRANT, J. NIJMAN eds. (1998). The global crisis in foreign aid. Syracuse University Press.

R.J. GRANT, J. SHORT eds. (2002). Globalization at the margins. Macmillan. 

T. HAGERSTRAND (1967). Innovation diffusion as a spatial process. University of Chicago Press.

J.W. HARRINGTON, B. WARF (1995). Industrial location. Principles, practice and policy. Routledge.

J.W. HARRINGTON, P.W. DANIELS dir. (2006). Knowledge-Based services, internationalisation and regional development. Ashgate. 230 pages. 72,93 e.

R. HAYTER (1997). The dynamics of industrial location. The factory, the firm and the production system. John Wiley. 450 pages. OC, 0,01 e.

R. HAYTER, R.B. LEHERON (2002). Knowledge, industry and environment. Innovation and Institutions in Territorial perspective. Ashgate.  448 pages. OC, 319 e.

R. HAYTER, J. PARCHELL (2011). Economic geography. An institutional approach. Oxford University Press. 464 pages. 70,76 e.

D.J. HAYWARD (1995). International trade and regional economies. The impacts of european integration on the United States. Westview Press. 213 pages.

A.J. HEROD (2009). Geographies of globalization. A critical introduction. Blackwell. 296 pages. 26,67 e.

P. HUGILL (1993). World trade since 1431. Geography, technology and capitalism. John Hopkins University Press.

P. HUGILL (1999). Global communications since 1844. Geopolitics and technology. John University Press.

Jonas, A. and D. Wilson, 1999. Two Decades Later: Critical Perspectives On The Growth Machine Thesis (Albany: SUNY) Edited collection.

D. KAPLAN, W. LI dir. (2006). Landscapes of the ethnic economy. Rowman & Littlefields.

P. KNOX, J. AGNEW, L. McCARTHY (2008). The geography of the world-economy. Hodder Education. 5° éd. 472 pages. 40,72 e.

R.B. LEHERON, J.W. HARRINGTON (2005). New economic spaces, new economic geographies. Ashgate. 310 pages. OC, 138,34 e.  

E. MARCELLI, W. COLIN, P. JOASSART eds. (2010). Informal work in developed nations. Routledge. 256 pages. 104,22 e.

Michael PACIONE dir. (1985). Progress in industrial geography. Routledge. 304 pages. 101,49 e.

P. O’SULLIVAN (1981) Geographical economics. Penguin.

J. PICKLES, A. SMITH (1998). Theorizing transition. The political economy of Post-Communist transformations. Routledge.

S.M. ROBERTS, A. HEROD, G. TOAL (1998) An Unruly World? Geography, Globalization and Governance. Routledge.

M.T. ROCK, D. ANGEL (2005). Industrial transformation in the developing world. Oxford University Press.

J. RUBINSTEIN, T. KLIER (2008). Who really made your car ? Restructuring and geographic change in the Auto industry. Upjohn. 425 pages. OC, 33,12 e.   

M.A. SAMERS, N. CASTREE, N. COE, K. WARD (2001). Spaces of work: global capitalism and geographies of labour. Sage. 324 pages. 27,89 e.

A.J. SCOTT (2006). Geography and Economy. Oxford University Press, 2006. 192 pages. 59,86 e.

A.J. SCOTT (1999). Regions and the World Economy. Oxford University Press. 190 pages. New Edition. 41,08 e.

A.J. SCOTT (1988). New Industrial Spaces: Flexible Production Organization and Regional Development in North America and Western Europe. Pion. 132 pages. ND.

F. STUTZ, B. WARF (2011). The world-economy : resources, location, trade and development. 6° éd. Prentice Hall. 456 pages. 108,55 e.

E. SWYNGEDOUW (2004). Glocalisations. Temple University Press.

E. SWYNGEDOUW, P. COOKE, F. MOULAERT (1992). Towards global localization : the computing and communications industries in Britain and France. University College Press. 227 pages. OC, 3,61 e.

D. TODD, M. LINDBERG (1996). Navies and shipbuilding industries : the strained symbiosis. Greenwood Publishing. 256 pages. 87,25 e.

I. WALLACE (1990). The global economic system. Unwin Hyman.

R. WALKER, M. STORPER (1989). The capitalist imperative. Territory, technology and industrial growth. Basil Blackwell.  

R. WALKER, A. SAYER (1992). The new social economy. Reworking the division of labor. Basil Blackwell.

M. WATTS 1992 Reworking Modernity:  Capitalisms and Symbolic Discontent.  New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press. (with Allan Pred).

J. WILEY (2008). The banana : empire, trade wars and globalization. University of Nebraska Press. 352 pages. 22,02 e.

A. WOOD, S.M. ROBERTS (2010).   Economic Geography: Places, Networks, and Flows. Routledge. 192 pages. 30,17 e.

M.A. ZOOK (2005). The geography of the internet industry. Venture capital, Dot-coms and local knowledge. Blackwell Publishers. 216 pages. 26,15 e.

Epistemology

D. BALLAS, D. ROSSITER, B. THOMAS (). Geography matters.

S.D. BRUNN (1989). Reflections on Richard Hartshorne’s The Nature of Geography.  Washington, D.C.: Association of American Geographers, 169 pp. (co-edited with J. Nicholas Entrikin).

R.J. CHORLEY, P. HAGGETT (1970). Frontiers in geographical teaching. Methuen. 2° éd. 392 pages. OC. 

A. DOUGLAS, R. GOLLEDGE (1975). Introduction to scientific reasoning in geography. John Wiley & Sons.

A. GETIS, J. GETIS, M. BJELLAND, J. FELLMANN (2011). Introduction to geography. 13° éd. McGraw-Hill.

P. GOULD, A. HOARE dir. (1995). Diffusing geography : essays for Peter Hagett. Blackwell Publishers. 448 pages. 98,03 e.

P. GOULD (2000). Becoming a geographer. Syracuse University Press. New edition. 358 pages. 21,7 e.

P. GOULD, F.R. PITTS dir. (2002). Geographical voices. Fourteen autobiographical essays. Syracuse University Press. 304 pages. 36,88 e.

D. GREGORY, N. CASTREE (2006). David Harvey. A critical reader.

P. HAGGETT (1972). Geography : a modern synthesis. Harper & Row. 483 pages. OC.

P. HAGGETT (1995). The geographer’s art. Blackwell Publishers. 224 pages. 108,56 e.

P. HAGGETT (2001). Geography : a global synthesis. Prentice Hall. 864 pages. 47,58 e.

R. HANKS (1993). Contemporary issues in geography. Kendall Hunt.

S. HANSON (1997). Ten geographic ideas that changed the world. Ruthers University Press.

A. RODGERS, H. VILES (2002). The student’s companion to geography. Blackwell Publishers. 416 pages. 2° éd. 28,03 e.

D. SIMANDAN (2005). New ways in geography. West University Press. 230 pages.

E. SOJA (1989). Postmodern geographies. EUR 10,08

T.J. WILBANKS, J.W. HARRINGTON (1997). Rediscovering geography : new relevance for the new century. National Academy Press.

Feminist geography

G. FALAH, C. NAGEL dir. (2005). Geographies of muslim women. Gender, religion, space. Guilford Press.

T. FENSTER eds. (1999). Gender, planning and human rights. Routledge.

S. HANSON, G. PRATT (1995). Gender, work and space. Routledge.

S.M. ROBERTS, J. P. JONES III, H. NAST (1997). Thresholds in Feminist Geography. Rowman and Littlefield.

Johnston, L. and Longhurst, R. 2010: Space, Place and Sex: Geographies of Sexualities, Lanham, Rowman & Littlefield.

Longhurst, R: 2008: Maternities: Gender, Bodies and Space, New York, Routledge.

Longhurst, R. 2001: Bodies: Exploring Fluid Boundaries, London, Routledge.

D. Bell; J. Binnie; R. Holliday, R. Longhurst and R. Peace 2001: Pleasure Zones: Bodies Cities, Spaces, New York, Syracuse University Press.

Bondi, L., H. Avis, A. Bingley, J. Davidson, R. Duffy, V. Einagel, A-M. Green, L. Johnston, S. Lilley, C. Listerborn, M. Marshy, S. McEwan, N. O’Connor, G. Rose, B. Vivat, N. Wood 2002: Subjectivities, Knowledges and Feminist Geographies: The Subjects and Ethics of Social Research, Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield.

Historical geography

J.N.L. BAKER (1935). A history of geographical discovery and exploration

B. GREEN (1991). Historical geography : a methodological portrayal. Roman and Littlefield.

I.R. MANNERS (2007). European cartography and the Ottoman world. The Oriental Institute.

J. MORISSEY (2003). Negotiating colonialism.

J. MORISSEY, D. NALLY, U. STROHMAYER, Y. WHELAN (2012). Key concepts in historical geography. Sage.

M.PACIONE dir. (2011). Historical geography : Progress and Prospect. Routledge. 322 pages. Réed. 93,87 e.

B. WARF (2008). Time-space compression. Historical geographies. Routledge. 272 pages. 120,15 e.

Human geography (global)

J. AGNEW, D.J. LIVINGSTONE, A. RODGERS (1996). Human geography : an essential anthology. Blackwell Plubishers. 712 pages. 30,31 e.

Y. AOYAMA, J. MURPHY, S. HANSON (2010). Key concepts in human geography. Sage.

T.J. BARNES, D. GREGORY (1997). Reading human geography.

B.W. BLOUET, D. WISHART, R.H. STODDARD (1989).Human geography. People, places, and cultures. Prentice Hall. 2° éd.

O.J. DWYER, M. PEARCE (2009). Exploring human geography with maps. WH Freeman.

J. FELLMANN, M. BJELLAND, A. GETIS, J. GETIS (2009). Human geography. Landscapes of human activities. 11° éd. McGraw-Hill.

A.L. GREINER (2011). Visualizing human geography. At home in a diverse world. John Wiley & Sons. 

M. KUBY, J. HARNER, P. GOBER (2010). Human geography in action. 5° éd.John Wiley & Sons.

J. MALINOWSKI, D.H. KAPLAN (2012). Human geography. Mc Graw Hill. 480 pages. EUR 52,78

M. PEARCE, O. DWYER (2010). Exploring human geography with maps. 2° éd. W.H. Freeman.

A. ONOKERHORAYE (1985). An outline of human geography. University of Benin. 

J. RUBINSTEIN (2010). Contemporary human geography. Pearson education.

Medical geography

P. ANTHAMATTEN, H. HAZEN (2011). An introduction to the geography of health. Routledge

A.D. CLIFF, P. HAGETT, J.K. ORD (1987). Spatial aspects of Influenza epidemics. Pion Ltd. 268 pages. 46,06 e.

A.D. CLIFF, P. HAGETT (1992). Atlas of disease distributions. Blackwell Publishers. 400 pages. New edition. OC.

A.D. CLIFF, P. HAGETT, M. SMALLMAN-RAYNOR (1992). London International Atlas of Aids. Blackwell Publishers. 384 pages. OC.

A.D. CLIFF, M. SMALLMAN-RAYNOR (1992). Measles : an historical geography of a major human viral disease. Blackwell Publishers. 2° éd. 350 pages. 147,94 e.

A.D. CLIFF, P. HAGETT, M. SMALLMAN-RAYNOR (1998). Deciphering global epidemics. Cambridge University Press. 496 pages.  39,45 e.

A.D. CLIFF, P. HAGETT, M. SMALLMAN-RAYNOR (2000). Island epidemics. OUP. 586 pages. 204,67 e.

A.D. CLIFF, P. HAGETT, M. SMALLMAN-RAYNOR (2004). World Atlas of Epidemic diseases. Hodder Arnold. 224 pages. OC.

A.D. CLIFF, M. SMALLMAN-RAYNOR (2004). War epidemics. Oxford University Press. 842 pages. OC

A.D. CLIFF, M. SMALLMAN-RAYNOR (2012). Atlas of epidemic Britain : a twentieth century picture. Oxford University Press. 230 pages. 232,9 e.

I. Dyck, N. Lewis, and S. McLafferty, eds., (2001) Geographies of Women’s Health, New York: Routledge, 287 pp.

J. EYLES, A. WILLIAMS dir. (2008). Sense of Place, health and quality of life. Ashgate.

P. GOULD (1993). The slow plague. A geography of the AIDS pandemic. Blackwell Publishers. 248 pages. 27,04 e.

P. HAGGETT (2000). The geographical structures of epidemics. Oxford University Press. 166 pages. 75,95 e.

M. MEADE, EMCH (2009). Medical geography. 3° éd.

M. PACIONE dir. (1986). Medical geography : Progress and Prospect. Routledge. 368 pages. OC.

C. SMITH, R. HANHAM (1982). Alcohol abuse : geographical perspectives. Annals of American Geographers. 84 pages.

A. WILLIAMS ed. (2007). Therapeutic landscapes. Ashgate. 264 pages. 50,33 e.

Political geography

J. AGNEW (1987). Place and politics : the geographical mediation of state and society. Allen & Unwin.

J. AGNEW (1997). Political geography : a reader. Arnold.

J. AGNEW (2001). Reinventing geopolitics : geographies of modern statehood. Franz Steiner Verlag.

J. AGNEW, K. MITCHELL, G. TOAL (2003). A companion to political geography. Blackwell.

J. AGNEW, J.N. ENTRIKIN eds. (2004). The Marshall Plan Today. Model and metaphor. Routledge.

J. AGNEW (2005). Hegemony  : the new shape of global power. Temple UP.

J. AGNEW, V. MAMADOUH (2008). Politics : critical essays in political geography. Ashgate.

J. AGNEW (2009). Globalization and Sovereignty. Rowman & Littlefield. 216 pages. 19,89 e.

J. AGNEW, L. MUSCARA (2012). Making political geography. Rowman & Littlefield. 2° éd. 296 pages. 33,7 e.

D.G. BENETT (1997). Tension areas of the world. 2° éd. Kendall/Hunt Publishing.

P. BERAMENDI (2012). The political geography of inequality : regions and redistribution. Cambridge University Press. 296 pages. 71,67 e.

K. BRADEN, F.M SHELLEY (1999). Engaging geopolitics. Longman.

B. BRAUN, S. WHATMORE eds. (2010). Political matter. Technoscience, democracy and Public Life. University of Minnesota Press. 319 pages. 19,68 e. 

S.D. BRUNN (2004). 11 september and its aftermath. The geopolitics of terror. 312 pages. Frank Cass Publishers. 29,84 e. 

B. D’ARCUS (2006). Boundaries of dissent. Protest and state power in the media age. Routledge. 197 pages. 17,24 e. 

S. DALBY, G. TOAL dir. (1998). Rethinking geopolitics. Routledge. 333 pages.

S. DALBY (1993). Creating the second cold war. The discourse of politics. Guilford.

S. DALBY (2009). Security and environmental change. Cambridge. 198 pages.

S. DALBY (2002). Environmental security. 312 pages. University of Minessota Press.

F. DAVIDSON, J. LEIB, F. SHELLEY, G. WEBSTER dir. (1998). Teaching political geography. National Council for Geographic Education.

A. DRYSDALE, C. SCHOFIELD, D. NEWMAN, JA BROWN (2002). The razor’s edge : international boundaries and political geography. Kluwer Law International.

C. FLINT ed. (2005). The Geography of War and Peace. Oxford University Press. 478 pages. 48,65 e.

FLINT, C. 2006. Introduction to Geopolitics. London: Routledge.

C. FLINT, P.J. TAYLOR eds. (2011). Political geography : world-economy, nation-state, locality. Prentice Hall. 6° éd. 352 pages. 46,36 e.

F. A. GALGANO, Eugene J. PALKA (2010). Modern military geography. Routledge. 456 pages. 64,29 e.

C. GALLAHER, C. DAHLMAN, M. GILMARTIN, A. MOUNTZ, P. SHIRLOW (2009). Key concepts in political geography. Sage. 377 pages.

M. GLASSNER, C. FAHRER (2004). Political geography. 3° éd. John Wiley & Sons.

D. GREGORY (2004). The colonial present. Afghanistan, Palestine, Iraq. 392 pages. 27,88 e.

D. GREGORY, A. PRED eds. (2007). Violent geographies : fear, terror and political violence. Routledge. 416 pages. New Edition. 25,88 e.

H. GUNTRAM, DH. KAPLAN dir. (1999). Nested identities. Nationalism, territory, and scale. Rowman & Littlefield. 

A.C. DIENER, J. HAGEN, eds. (2010). Borderlines and borderlands : political oddities at the edge of the Nation State. Rowman & Littlefield. 292 pages. 23,02 e.

A.J. HEROD, MV. WRIGHT dir. (2002). Geographies of power. Placing scale. Blackwell. 315 pages.

A.J. HEROD, MV. WRIGHT dir. (2001). Labor geographies. Workers and the landscapes of capitalism. Guilford Press. 352 pages. 22,83 e.

A.J. HEROD dir. (1998). Organizing the landscape. Geographical perspectives on Labor Unionism. University of Minnesota Press. 372 pages. ND.

M. JONES, R. JONES (2004). Introduction to political geography : space, place and politics. Routledge. 208 pages. 30,49 e.

D.H. KAPLAN, G. HERB (2008). Nations and nationalism. A global historic overview (4 volumes). ABC-Clio.

G. KEARNS (2009). Geopolitics and empire. The legacy of Halford MacKinder. Oxford University Press. 360 pages. 72,78 e.

S. KIRSCH, C. FLINT dir. (2011). Reconstructing conflict. Integrating war and post-war geographies. Ashgate. 320 pages. 73,91 e.

S. KIRSCH (2005). Proving grounds. Project plowshare and the unrealized dream of nuclear earthmoving. Rutgers University Press.  257 pages. 30,89 e.

M. LINDBERG (1998). Geographical impact on coastal defense navies. The entwining of force structure, technology and operational environment. MacMillan Press.

M. LINDBERG, D. TODD (2002). Brown, green, and blue water fleets : the influence of geography on naval warfare 1861 to the present. Greenwood Publishing.

M. LINDBERG, D. TODD (2004). Anglo-american shipbuilding in World War II. A geographical perspective. Greenwood Publishing.

T. Mc GEE, D.W. EDGINGTON (2004). Australian and canadian approaches to Asia in an era of unstable globalization. Centre for Australian studies.

K. OLWIG, D. MITCHELL dir. (2009). Justice, power and the political landscape. Routledge. 

P. O’SULLIVAN (1983). The geography of warfare. Croom Helm.

P. O’SULLIVAN (1986). Geopolitics. Croom Helm.

P. O’SULLIVAN (1991). Terrain and Tactics. Greenwood.

P. O’SULLIVAN (2001). The geography of war in the Post Cold war world. Mellen.

M. PACIONE dir. (1985). Progress in political geography. Croom Helm. 288 pages. ND.

G. RENGERT, J. RATCLIFFE, and S. CHAKRAVORTY (2005). Policing Illegal Drug Markets: Geographic Approaches to Crime Reduction. Criminal Justice Press.

Rugendyke, B. (ed.), 2007, NGOs as Advocates for Development in a Globalising World, Abingdon and New York: Routledge

M. SPARKE (2005). In the space of theory. Postfoundational geographies of the Nation-State. University of Minnesota Press.

M. SPARKE (2012). Introduction to globalization. Ties, tensions, and integration in a divided world. Blackwell.

L. STAEHELI, D. MITCHELL (2008). The people’s property ? Power, politics and the public. Routledge. 224 pages. 93,24 e.

P.J. TAYLOR (1996). The way to the modern world works : from world hegemony to world impasse

P.J. TAYLOR (1999). Modernities : a geohistorical introduction.

G. TOAL (1996). Critical geopolitics. The politics of writing global space. University of Minnesota Press. 320 pages. 40,1 e.

G. TOAL, S. DALBY (2006). The geopolitics reader. Routledge. 2° éd. 320 pages. 39,63 e.

J. TYNER, J. INWOOD (2011). Non-killing geographies. Violence, space and the search for a more urban geography. Center for global non-killing.

Population geography

Bailey, A.J. 2005 Making Population Geography. London: Hodder Arnold. [ISBN 0340762640]

D.G. BENETT (1984). World population problems. Park Press. 250 pages. ND.

M.T. CADWALLADER (1992). Migration and residential mobility. Macro and micro approaches. 293 pages. 31,77 e.

J. DE CASTRO (1952). The geography of hunger.

J.J. CLARKE (1977). Population Geography. Pergamon Press. 2° éd. OC, 2,4 e.

H.R. JONES (1991). Population geography. Guilford Publications. 2° éd. 320 pages. 31,89 e.

Massey, D.M., Arango, J., Hugo, G., Kouaouci, A. and Taylor, J.E., 1998.  Worlds in Motion: Understanding International Migration at the End of the Millennium, Clarendon Press, Oxford., Reprinted: 2005).

K.B. NEWBOLD (2006). 6 Billion plus. Population issues for the 21st century. Rowman & Littlefield. 2° éd. 232 pages. 22,02 e.

K.B. NEWBOLD (2009). Population geography. Tools and issues. Rowman & Littlefield. 326 pages. 42,08 e.

J.L. NEWMAN, G. MATZKE (1984). Population. Patterns, dynamics and prospects. Prentice Hall. 306 pages. 33,35 e.

M. PACIONE dir. (2011). Population geography : Progress and Prospect. Routledge. 338 pages. Réed. 94,75 e.

G.L. PETERS, R.P. LARKIN (2005). Population geography : problems, concepts, and prospects. Kendall/Hunt Publishing. 364 pages. 8° éd. 29,53 e.

M.A. SAMERS (2010). Migration. Routledge. 392 pages. 30,35 e.

S.R. SHARMA (2008). Population geography. Murari Lal & Sons. OC, 23 e.

G.T. TREWARTHA (1972). Less developed realm : geography of its population. John Wiley & Sons. 464 pages. OC, 2,5 e.

G.T. TREWARTHA (1978). More developed realm : geography of its population. Pergamon Press. 267 pages. OC.

G.T. TREWARTHA (1969). A geography of population : world patterns. Wiley & Sons. 192 pages. OC, 7,54 e.

J.R. WEEKS (1976). Teenage marriages. A demographic analysis. Greenwood Press. 194 pages. OC, 0,01 e.

J.R. WEEKS (1984). Aging. Concept and social issues. Wadsworth Publishing.

J.R. WEEKS (2011). Population. Introduction to concepts and issues. Wadsworh Publishing. 11° éd. 640 pages. 65,17 e.

J.R. WEEKS, D.L. FUGATE dir. (2012). The youth bulge : challenge or opportunity ? Open Society Institute. 224 pages. 19,67 e.

White, P.E. and Woods, R. (eds.) (1980). The Geographical Impact of Migration, Longman

W. ZELINSKY (1962). A bibliographic guide to population geography. University of Chicago. 257 pages. OC, 25 e.

Rural geography

H. DE BLIJ (1981). Geography of viticulture. Miami Geographical Society.

L.A. DURAM (2005). Good growing. Why organic farming works. University of Nebraska Press. 250 pages. 18,17 e.

L.A. DURAM ed. (2009). Encyclopedia of organic, sustainable and local food. Greenwood Press. 440 pages.

J.F. HART (1998). The rural landscape. John Hopkins University Press. 416 pages.37,28 e.

M. PACIONE dir. (1983). Progress in rural geography. Barnes & Noble. 253 pages. OC.

M. PACIONE (1986). Progress in agricultural geography. Croom Helm. 288 pages. OC.

D. RAMSEY, C. BRYANT dir. (1999). Rural research in the humanities and social sciences. Rural history.

D. RAMSEY, C. BRYANT dir. (2004). The structure and dynamics of rural territories

B.J. SOMMERS (). The geography of wine.

C. STRINGER, R. LE HERON (2008). Agri-food commodity chains and globalising networks. Ashgate.

N. WALFORD, D. NAPTON, J. EVERITT dir. (1999). Reshaping the countryside. Perceptions and processes of rural change. CABI Publishing.

M. WATTS 1997 Globalizing Food:  Agrarian Questions and Global Restructuring. Edited with David Goodman.  London: Routledge.

Social geography

S.D. BRUNN, J. A. JAKLE, C. C. ROSEMAN (1976). Human Spatial Behavior: A Social Geography. Duxbury Press. 215 pages.

S.D. BRUNN, K. HARRIES (1978). The Geography of Laws and the Administration of Justice. Praeger. 174 pages.

S.D. BRUNN, A. BUTTIMER and U. WARDINGA (1999). Text and Image: Social Construction of Regional Knowledges. Institut fűr Länderkunde, (edited with). 304 pp.

V. CHOUINARD, E.C. HALL, R. WILTON dir. (2010). Towards enabling geographies : disabled bodies and minds in Society and Space. Ashgate.

DEL CASINO jr, M. THOMAS, R. PANELLI, P. CLOKE dir. (2011). A companion to social geography. Wiley-Blackwell.

V.J. DEL CASINO jr (2009). Social geography : a critical introduction. Wiley-Blackwell.

D. DORLING (). Injustice. Why social inequality persists.

D. DORLING (). Fair play. A Daniel Dorling reader on social justice.

K. ENGLAND (1996). Who will mind the baby ? Geographies of Child-care and working mothers. Routledge.

Jackson, P. and Smith, S.J. (1984). Exploring social geography. George Allen & Unwin,

Jackson, P. (ed.) (1987). Race and racism: essays in social geography. Allen & Unwin

J.A. JAKLE Human Spatial Behavior: A Social Geography (North Scituate, MA: Duxbury Press, division of Wadsworth, 1976); (Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press, 1985); 315 pp. (with Stanley Brunn and Curtis Roseman).

K. MITCHELL, S. MARSTON, C. KATZ dir. (2004). Life’s work. Géographies of social reproduction. Blackwell.

M. PACIONE dir. (2011). Social geography : Progress and Prospect. 358 pages. Réed.

M. SHAW, R. MITCHELL (2002). Health, place and society. Pearson.

U. STROHMAYER, G. BENKO (1997). Space and social theory.

Wilson, D. and Huff, J., 1994. Marginalized Places and Populations: A Structurationist Agenda (Westport: Praeger) edited collection.

Wilson, D., 2005. Inventing Black-On-Black Violence: Discourse, Space Representation (Syracuse: Syracuse University)

Tourism

C.M. HALL, A.A. LEW (2009). Understanding and managing tourism impacts. An integrated approach. Routledge.

S.P. HANNA, V.J. DEL CASINO jr (2003). Mapping tourism. University of Minnesota Press.

D. IOANNIDES, K. DEBBAGE dir. (1998). The economic geography of the tourist industry. A supply-side analysis. Routledge.

D. IOANNIDES, Y. APOSTOLOPOULOS, S. SONMEZ dir. (2001). Mediterranean islands and sustainable tourism development. Practices, Management, and Policies. Continuum Publishers.    

Johnston, L. 2005: Queering Tourism: Paradoxical Performances of Gay Pride Parades, London: Routledge. Reprinted in paperback in 2009, ISBN 978-0-415-48210-3.

S. KRAKOVER, Y. GRADUS eds. (2002). Tourism in frontier areas. Lexington Books.

N. McINTYRE, D. WILLIAMS, K. McHUGH dir. (2006). Multiple dwelling and tourism. Negotiating Place, home and identity. CABI Publishing.

M.D. RAFFERTY (1993). Geography of world tourism. Prentice Hall.

N. SHOVAL, M. ISAACSON (2010). Tourist mobility and advanced tracking technologies. Routledge.

D.J. TIMOTHY, D.H. OLSEN dir. (2006). Tourism, Religion & Spiritual journeys. Routledge.

G. WALL (1982). Tourism. Economic, physical and social impacts.

G. WALL (). Tourism. Change, impacts and opportunities.

Transportation

M. GIVONI, D. BANISTER eds. (2010). Integrated transport : from policy to practice. Routledge.

K. GOULIAS (2003). Transportation systems planning. CRC Press.

K. GOULIAS ed. (2006). Transport science and technology.

S. HANSON, G. GIULIANO (2004). The geography of urban transportation. 3° éd. Guilford Press.

S. HANSON, M-P KWAN (2008). Transportation. Ashgate.

D. PINDER, B. SLACK (2004). Ocean transport in the Twenty-first century. Routledge.

J-P RODRIGUE (2006). The geography of transport systems. Routledge.

J. WANG, T. NOTTEBOOM, B. SLACK, D. OLIVIER (2007). Ports, cities and global supply chains. Ashgate. 

Urban geography

J. AGNEW, D. SOPHER, J. MERCER (1984). The city in cultural context. George Allen and Unwin. 316 pages. 37,79 e (reprint).

S.D. BRUNN (1971). Urbanization in Developing Countries: An International  Bibliography.  Michigan State University, 693 pages. OC, 17, 1 e.

S.D. BRUNN dir. (2012). Cities of the world. World regional urban development. Rowman & Littlefield. 592 pages. 5° éd. 83,61 e.

M.T. CADWALLADER (1985). Analytical urban geography. Spatial patterns and theory. Longman Higher Education. 310 pages. OC, 4,26 e.

M.T. CADWALLADER (1996). Urban geography. An analytical approach. Prentice Hall. 406 pages. 56,34 e.

Clarke, D. B. (ed.) (1997) The Cinematic City Routledge, London

Clarke, D. B. (2003) The Consumer Society & the Postmodern City Routledge

M. CLAWSON, P. HALL (1973). Planning and urban growth : an anglo-american comparison. Johns Hopkins Press. 312 pages. OC, 0,21 e.

Derudder, B. &, Witlox, F. (eds.) (2010) Commodity Chains and World Cities. Oxford: Blackwell

B. DERUDDER, M. HOYLER, P.J. TAYLOR, F. WITLOX eds. (2011). International handbook of globalization and world cities. Edward Elgar Publishing. 584 pages. 202,43 e.

D. FELSENSTEIN, E. SCHAMP, A. SCHACHAR eds. (2002). Emerging nodes in the global economy. Frankfurt and Tel Aviv compared. Kluwer Academic Press. 300 pages. 103,75 e.

T. FENSTER (2004). The global city and the holy city. Narratives on knowledge, planning and diversity. Pearson. 344 pages.  52,68 e.

N. FYFE, J.T. KENNY dir. (2005). Urban geography reader. Routledge. 352 pages. 31,85 e.

R.P. GREENE, J.B. PICK (2011). Exploring the urban community. A GIS approach. Prentice Hall. 2° éd. 432 pages. 122,27 e.

P. HALL (1966). The World cities. Weidenfeld & Nicholson. 256 pages. OC, 9,43 e.

P. HALL (1998). Cities in civilization. Culture, technology and urban order. Weidenfeld & Nicholson. 1184 pages. New Edition. OC, 50,78 e.

P. HALL (2002). Cities of tomorrow. An intellectual history of urban planning and design in the Twentieth century. Wiley-Blackwell. 3° éd. 27,05 e.

Hall, T., Hubbard, P. and Short, J.R. (eds) (2008): The SAGE companion to the city. London: Sage

S. HASSON, D. LEY (1994). Neighbourhood organisations and the welfare state. University of Toronto Press. 387 pages.  17,5 e.

Hubbard, P. (2006): City (Key ideas in geography). London: Routledge

D.H. KAPLAN, J. WHEELER, S. HOLLOWAY (2008). Urban geography. John Wiley & Sons. 2) éd. 512 pages. 52,82 e.

G. KEARNS, C. PHILO (1993). Selling places. The city as cultural capital, past and present. Pergamon.  326 pages. OC, 139,01 e.

L. KERN (2010). Sex and the revitalized city. Gender, condominium development and urban citizenship. University of British Columbia Press. 224 pages. 33,58 e.

P. KNOX (1995). Urban social geography. Longman. EUR 34,31

P. KNOX, S. PINCH (2006). Urban social geography : an introduction. Prentice Hall. 5° éd. 392 pages. 34,31 e.

P. KNOX, L. McCARTHY (2011). Urbanization : an introduction to urban geography. Prentice Hall. 480 pages. 113,85 e.

D. LEY (1996). The new middle class and the remaking of the central city. Oxford University Press. 383 pages. 104,53 e.

D. LEY (1983). A social geography of the city. Harper and Row. 449 pages. 47,38 e.

D. LEY dir. (1974). Community Participation and the spatial order of the city. Tantalus Publications. 126 pages.

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E. Mc CANN, K. WARD dir. (2011). Mobile urbanism. Cities & policy-making in the global age.   University of Minnessotta Press. 256 pages. 18,52 e.

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T. Mc GEE, W. ARMSTRONG (2006). Theatres of accumulation. Studies in Asian and Latin american urbanization. Routledge. 288 pages. New Edition. 101,49 e.

A. McLARAN (2003). Making space. Property development and urban planning. Arnold. 259 pages.

A.M. MARK, K. ARCHER, M. BOSMAN eds. (2006). Relocating global cities. From the center to the margins. Rowman & Littlefield. 256 pages. 20,95 e.

D. MITCHELL (2003). The right to the city. Social justice and the fight for public space.  Guilford. 264 pages. 21,66 e.

M. PACIONE dir. (1981). Problems and planning in Third World Cities. Croom Helm. 304 pages. OC.

M. PACIONE dir. (1981). Urban problems and planning in the developed world. Croom Helm. 320 pages. OC.

M. PACIONE (2001). The city : critical concepts in the social sciences. 3024 pages. 5 volumes. 1000 e.

M. PACIONE (2009). Urban geography : a global perspective. 736 pages. Routledge. 3° éd. 41,07 e.

G. POMEROY, GR. WEBSTER dir. (2008). Global perspectives on Urbanization. University Press of America. 258 pages. 25,54 e.

M. PRICE, L. BENTON-SHORT dir. (2008). Migrants to the metropolis : the rise of immigrants gateway cities. Syracuse University Press. 424 pages. 19,3 e.

E. RELPH (1987). The modern urban landscapes.  Johns Hopkins University Press. 288 pages. 18,53 e.

A.J. SCOTT (2008). Social Economy of the Metropolis: Cognitive-Cultural Capitalism and the Global Resurgence of Cities. Oxford University Press. 200 pages. 46,65 e.

A.J. SCOTT (2000). The Cultural Economy of Cities. Sage. 256 pages. 28,65 e.

A.J. SCOTT (2006). The Urban Land Nexus and the State. Routledge. New Edition. 280 pages. 101, 32 e.

R.L. SINGH (1973). Urban geography in developing countries. NGSI. OC.

E. SOJA (2000). Postmetropolis : critical studies of cities and regions. Blackwell. 464 pages. 29,32 e.

J.M. STEIN ed. (2004). Classic readings in Urban planning. American Planning Association. 2° éd. 400 pages. OC, 63,12 e.

E. SWYNGEDOUW, F. MOULAERT, A. RODRIGUEZ dir. (2003). The globalized city. Economic restructuring and social polarization in european cities. Oxford University Press. 302 pages. 94,1 e.

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E. TALEN (2008). Design for diversity. Exploring socially mixed neighboroods. Architectural Press. 246 pages. 43,5 e.

E. TALEN (2009). Urban design reclaimed. Tools, techniques and strategies for planners. Planner Press. 145 pages. 55,8 e.

E. TALEN (2012). City rules. How regulations affect urban form. Island Press. 200 pages. 27,58 e.

P.J. TAYLOR (2004). World city network : a global urban analysis. Routledge. 35,21 e.

P.J. TAYLOR, B. DERUDDER, P. SAEY, F. WITLOX eds. (2006). Cities in Globalization. Practices, policies and theories. Routedge. 352 pages. 121,10 e.

P.J. TAYLOR,  P. NI, B. DERUDDER, M. HOYLER, J. HUANG, F. WITLOX eds. (2010). Global urban analysis : a survey of cities in globalization. Earthscan. 464 pages. 103,20 e.

J. E. VANCE Jr (1970). The merchant’s world. Geography of wholesaling. Prentice Hall. 167 pages. OC, 7,78 e.

J. E. VANCE Jr (1977). This scene of man : role and structure of the city in the geography of western civilization. Joanna Cotler Books. 437 pages. OC, 4,6 e.

J.E. VANCE  (1990). The continuing city. Urban morphology in Western Civilization. John Hopkins Press. 432 pages. 23,24 e.

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