Getting the theory across: Critical perspectives in Human Geography

I have mentioned before a course I teach called ‘Geographical Imaginations’, it aims to introduce A Level students to university learning but also to introduce them to some of the different aspects of the subject which they may not know of. In particular, one session in this courses begins to introduce the ideas of theory in geography and some of the different perspectives geographers can take.

 

It’s pretty difficult to introduce all critical perspectives in human geography in an hour and half, but this at least makes students aware of some different concepts and ideas present in the discipline.

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