- Title Pages
- Preface and Acknowledgments
- 1 On Geography and Revolution
- Part I Geography and Scientific Revolution
- 2 Space, Revolution, and Science
- 3 National Styles in Science: A Possible Factor in the Scientific Revolution?
- 4 Geography, Science, and the Scientific Revolution
- 5 Revolution of the Space Invaders: Darwin and Wallace on the Geography of Life
- Part II Geography and Technical Revolution
- 6 Printing the Map, Making a Difference: Mapping the Cape of Good Hope, 1488–1652
- 7 Revolutions in the Times: Clocks and the Temporal Structures of Everyday Life
- 8 Photography, Visual Revolutions, and Victorian Geography
- Part III Geography and Political Revolution Geography and State Governance
- 9 Geography's English Revolutions: Oxford Geography and the War of Ideas, 1600–1660
- 10 Edme Mentelle's Geographies and the French Revolution
- 11 “Risen into Empire”: Moral Geographies of the American Republic
- 12 Alexander Von Humboldt and Revolution: A Geography of Reception of the Varnhagen von Ense Correspondence
- Afterword: Revolutions and Their Geographies
- Geography and Revolution
- University of Chicago Press
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