AB53: desire and Memory
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Extra info for Adbusters, Issue 53: Hope and Memory
Culture itself ’ (1963: 343), they considered it logical to investigate what this thing called culture actually constituted. Sauer’s preference for field study over theoretical reflection meant he devoted little effort to this question and its associated analysis. In light of this, many commentators turned to Sauer’s own anthropological inspiration in an attempt to gain insight into what this thing called culture could be. WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED ‘CULTURE’? For Sauer’s anthropological antecedents, culture was ‘superorganic’ in nature.
CONCLUSION In this chapter, we have seen the development of the family tree of cultural geography up to the end of the twentieth century. From its roots in the natural science of Darwin and the empiricist geographies of environmental determinism, we have seen it branch off into environmental possibilism, and graft in anthropological ideas to bloom into the cultural geographies of landscape. Each of these generations has formed through responding to the contemporary external context in which it operated, but also by learning from the strengths and weaknesses of those branches that predated it.
This investigation focused primarily on empiricist fieldwork description rather than positivist law-making, and sought to document the material artefacts produced by the specific culture in question and how these products changed the appearance and function of the landscape. It documented the distribution and scope of these landscapes, and traced their historical progression. The empirical interest centred more on rural and historical landscapes, rather than the commercial modern land- THE HISTORY OF CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY scapes of contemporary America.
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