DOI:10.1111/gec3.12535
Corpus ID: 225715097
Revisiting the history of ideas: A forgotten resource for historians of geography
Mette Bruinsma
Published 2020

Geography Compass
In this paper I revisit the mid‐twentieth century body of literature founding the field of the history of ideas, emphasising the work of Arthur Lovejoy (1873–1962). This branch of intellectual… Expand
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