Geography in Ireland in transition: a retrospective
AbstractTen years ago, in the 60th anniversary edition of Irish Geography, Rob Kitchin wrote a short commentary reflecting on the major transitions that geography in Ireland (hereafter, Irish geography) had gone through since 2000. His article, together with the range of responses written by a number of academics from across the island, published in Vol 37(2), makes interesting reading. Given the seismic shifts that have occurred in the intervening period, not only in the institutional and national context but also within the discipline itself, it is worth revisiting this commentary in the journal’s 70th anniversary volume.
How to Cite
Moore-Cherry, N. (2017). Geography in Ireland in transition: a retrospective. Irish Geography, 47(2), 3–12. https://doi.org/10.55650/igj.2014.1227
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