The Relations of History and Geography
Studies in England, France and the United States
List of Illustrations Abbreviations Preface Prologue: The Origin of the Manuscript Terry Coppock 1. Clifford Darby and the Methodology of Historical Geography Terry Coppock in collaboration with Hugh Clout, Hugh Prince and Michael Williams Part 1: England 2. The Geography behind History 3. Past Geographies 4. The History behind Geography 5. The Historical Element in Geography 6. H.C. Darby and the Historical Geography of England Hugh Prince Part II: France 7. The Geography behind History 8. Past Geographies 9. The History behind Geography 10. The Historical Element in Geography 11. H.C. Darby and the Historical Geography of France Hugh Clout Part III: The United States 12. The Geography behind History 13. Past Geographies 14. The History behind Geography 15. The Historical Element in Geography 16. H.C. Darby and the Historical Geography of the United States Michael Williams Epilogue: Critique and Evaluation Michael Williams Appendix: The Published Writing of H. C. Darby Notes Index
Darby’s clarity of prose – something he worked tirelessly to achieve – is her plainly apparent. The chapters are beautifully written and engaging even now.
History, Vol. 88, Issue 1
Given Darby’s very considerable influence, this book is to be warmly welcomed as a contribution to the history of historical geography.
Landscape History, Vol. 24
... these essays are a piece of geography’s past and are thus, like Darby’s reconstructions of landscapes, valuable in themselves.
The Local Historian, Vol. 32, No. 4,
“Darby was an intellectual collossus of the mid-twentieth century, a man of great influence on the nature and content of geography as practised.” (, , )
Roger Kain University of Exeter
Montefiore Professor of Geography
Size: 250 x 234 mm
Publication: January 2, 2002