By Alison Blunt, Cheryl McEwan
Postcolonialism and geography are in detail associated in the course of the spatiality of colonial discourse in addition to the cloth results of colonialism and decolonisation. Geographical principles approximately area, position, panorama, and site have helped to articulate various reviews of colonialism either some time past and current and the 'here' and 'there'. even as, when spatial pictures similar to mobility, margins and exile abound in postcolonial writings, extra fabric geographies have frequently been ignored. This name offers a sustained geographical research of postcolonialism. Exploring and constructing the connections among postcolonialism and geography, the essays during this publication - ranging throughout Europe, Australia, Asia, Africa, and North the United States - examine the geographies of postcolonialism and chart the contours of a postcolonial geography. members contain: Morag Bell, Claire Dwyer, Haydie Gooder, Jane M. Jacobs, M. Satish Kumar, Alan Lester, Mark McGuinness, Karen M. Morin, Richard Phillips, Marcus energy, Jenny Robinson, James D. Sidaway, and John Wylie.