Tag Archives: ancient geography
What’s Wrong with Geography?
Statistics – aren’t they wonderful? The title of this piece was premised on my reading recently that geography students are among those who have the greatest difficulty finding work after graduation. On Googling to verify this, I found several impressive … Continue reading
Topography In A Very Small World
I have mentioned before (and more than once) the interconnectedness of intellectual life in the nineteenth century. I came across another stunning example last week. To begin at the beginning: