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Bibliography: Foundational Landscapes: Nation and Nature

  • Jerry Hoeg, Rebellion in the Backlands. A Darwinian Landscape in Reading and Writing the Latin American Landscape, Eds Beatriz Rivera Barnes and Jerry Hoeg, New York: Palgrave Macmillan 2020. See also the introduction.
  • Felix Driver, Geography Militant. Cultures of Exploration and Empire. Wiley Blackwell 2000.
  • Mary Louise Pratt, “Scratches on the Face of the Country. Or what Mr Barrow saw in the land of Bushmen” in Critical Inquiry, Vol. 12 No. 1 , pp. 119-143.
  • Johannes Fabian, Time and the Other. How Anthropology Makes its Object. Columbia University Press, 2014. Especially chapter 2.
  • Gillian Rose, “Geography as a Science of Observation. The Landscape, the Gaze and Masculinity” in Human geography Ed. John Agnew,
  • Denis Cosgrove and Stephen Daniels, “The iconography of landscape: essays on the symbolic representation, design and use of past environment”  in Denis Cosgrove and Stephen Daniels, The Iconography of Landscape (Cambridge UP, 1989).
  • John Wylie, Landscape, (London:Routledge 2007)
  • John Berger, Ways of Seeing
  • Susanne Seymour, “Historical Geographies of Landscape”  in Catherine Nash and BJ Grahame Eds. Modern Historical Geographies (Longman 2000).
  • Adriana Johnson, Sentencing Canudos, Subalterntiy in the Backlands of Brazil (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2010)
  • Diana Sorensen Goodrich, Facundo and the Construction of Argentine Culture (UT Austin, 1996)