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The geographies of cultural geography II: visual culture
journal contributionposted on 2023-06-09, 12:50 authored by Divya Tolia-KellyDivya Tolia-Kelly
Geography is a visual discipline and as such holds a complex relationship with visual culture. In the last two decades the collaborations between geographers and artists has grown exponentially. In an era where public impact and engagement are politically encouraged, there is a risk of collapsing the differences between visual culture as a discipline and the visual as an accessible mode of research communication. This paper reviews the ways in which collaborations between geographers and visual artists have taken shape, and argues for a careful and respectful engagement between them.
JournalProgress in Human Geography
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