Source: Journal of Geography in Higher Education, Volume 30, Number 3, November 2006, pp. 389-404(16)
In this position paper, the authors outline some of the pressing trends in the recent development of economic geography as a sub-discipline in human geography. In particular, they note the lack of critical discussion of important pedagogical issues in teaching what might be termed new economic geographies’, and particularly those associated with the cultural turn’. In doing so, the most challenging politics and practices of teaching economic geography are introduced. Drawing on the various contributions to this symposium, five areas for pedagogical developments and cross-fertilization are outlined.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: November 1, 2006