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Space, Place and Scale

Human Geography and Spatial History in Past & Present

Guest edited by Courtney J. Campbell, P&P; IHR Fellow 2014-15

Continuing Past & Present's initiative to highlight its extensive back catalogue, this virtual issue draws together articles previously published in the journal on the theme of 'Space, Place and Scale'. Each piece contributes to the study of space and place and they are grouped according to approach or method.

This issue has been edited with a brand new introduction by Courtney J. Campbell, P&P; IHR Fellow 2014-15.


Space, Place and Scale: Human Geography and Spatial History in Past & Present
by Courtney J. Campbell
Past & Present (Advance Access) 

Table of Contents

Metropolis and Macrocosm: Europe and the Wider World, 1492-1939
by G. Barraclough
Past & Present (1954) 5

The French Rural Community in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
by A. Soboul
Past & Present (1956) 10

Parish, Seigneurie and the Community of Inhabitants in Southern Central France During the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
by P. M. Jones
Past & Present (1981) 91

Central Europe / Eastern Europe: Behind the Definitions
by Robin Okey
Past & Present (1992) 137

The Geography of Revolution in Ireland 1917-1923
by Peter Hart
Past & Present (1997) 155

The Power of Naming, or the Construction of Ethnic and National Identities in Peru: Myth, History and the Iquichanos
by Cecilia Méndez-Gastelumendi
Past & Present (2001) 171

Renaissance German Cosmographers and the Naming of America
by Christine R. Johnson
Past & Present (2006) 191

An Englishman’s Home Is His Castle? Thresholds, Boundaries and Privacies in the Eighteenth-Century London House
by Amanda Vickery
Past & Present (2008) 199

A Plague on Bohemia? Mapping the Black Death
by David C. Mengel
Past & Present (2011) 211

Global Entomologies: Insects, Empires, and the ‘Synthetic Age’ in World History
by Edward D. Melillo
Past & Present (2014) 223

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