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One important legacy of colonialism is the separation of a culture from the land upon which its people live. Populations are displaced; topographical objects are renamed, and the land becomes a resource to be exploited. Starting with three landscapes viewed as threatening by the Europeans who colonized them, Imagined Topographies examines the ways artists, writers, and musicians distill new meaning in formerly colonized spaces through the articulation of landscapes that are homelands, not commodities. In the Irish bog ...

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    • Title: Imagined Topographies by Jonathan Bishop Highfield
    • Publisher: NBN International-Academic
    • Print ISBN: 9781433119873, 1433119870
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    • Edition: 2012 1st edition
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