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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Ethno- and historical geographic studies in Latin America.
Baton Rouge, LA : Geoscience Pubs. : Dept. of Geography and Anthropology, ©2008
|Named Person:||William V Davidson|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Peter H Herlihy; Kent Mathewson; Craig Stephen Revels; William V Davidson; Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, La.). Department of Geography and Anthropology.; Association of American Geographers.
|Notes:||"Of these 15 essays, four were presented as papers ... in Davidson's honor at the 2003 meeting of the Association of American Geographers in New Orleans"--Page .|
|Description:||342,  pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Introductory essays: William Van Davidson, ethno- and historical geographer of Central America / Peter H. Herlihy, Kent Mathewson, and Craig S. Revels --
Irreverent musings on the dissertation in Latin Americanist geography / Daniel W. Gade. Central American sites and situations: Ethnogeography of the dooryard orchard garden of the Yucatecan Maya / Peter H. Herlihy, and Frederick M. Wiseman --
Ethnogeography of the Mayangna of Nicaragua / Derek A. Smith --
Ethnic landscapes, ethnic ecology : place attachment and ethnic identity following a Caribbean hurrican / Joby Bass --
Neither Black nor Indian : the discourse of Miskitu racial identity in Honduras / Laura hobson Herlihy --
Portrait, landscape, mirror : reflections on return fieldwork / Kendra McSweeney --
Exploring the Archivo municipal to understand forest use in Guajiquiro, Honduras / Scott Brady --
Not always oriented : Honduran plaza-church locational relations / Benjamin F. Tillman --
On Olancho : geographers, spatial identities, and the construction of a region / Mark Bonta --
Failed site and situation, Omoa, Honduras, 1744-1800 / Taylor E. Mack --
Banks and booms in the mid-day sun : place names and the Honduran mahogany trade / Craig S. Revels. Farther afield : Latin America at large: Coastal Ecuador's Montubios in ethnogeographic and historical perspective / Kent Mathewson --
From jute farming to cattle ranching : changing land uses on the floodplains of the Middle Amazon / Mário Hiraoka and Stephen A. Thompson --
Discovery, study and bibliography of Amazonian dark earths, 1870s-1970s / William I. Woods and William M. Denevan --
Misreading between the lines : evidence and interpretation of ancient settlements in Eastern Sonora, Mexico / William E. Doolittle --
Dark Christs and Brown Virgins : writing against the past / Miles Richardson.
|Series Title:||Geoscience and man, 40|
|Other Titles:||Essays honoring William V. Davidson|
|Responsibility:||edited by Peter H. Herlihy, Kent Mathewson, and Craig S. Revels.|