ТЕОРЕТИЧЕСКИЕ ОСНОВЫ СОВРЕМЕННОЙ АМЕРИКАНСКОЙ КУЛЬТУРНОЙ ГЕОГРАФИИ

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  • Максим Валерьевич Кирчанов Факультет международных отношений Воронежского государственного университета

Ключевые слова:

методология, география, культурная география, «воображение», «изобретение»

Аннотация

Анализируются проблемы генезиса и методологические основания американской культурной географии. Культурная география — междисциплинарное поле географических и культурных штудий. Первые элементы культурной географии датированы 1950- и 1960-ми гг. Культурная география была институционализирована в 1980-е гг. Концепты «воображение» и «изобретение» играют особую роль в развитии культурно-географических исследований. Современная культурная география принадлежит к числу динамично развивающихся междисциплинарных направлений в географии.doi 10.17072/2079-7877-2015-1-4-13

Биография автора

Максим Валерьевич Кирчанов, Факультет международных отношений Воронежского государственного университета

Доктор исторических наук

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Экономическая, социальная и политическая география