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Cultural geography: worldly shapes, differently arranged

Cultural geography: worldly shapes, differently arranged Progress in Human Geography 31(1) (2007) pp. 89–100 Cultural geography: worldly shapes, differently arranged Hayden Lorimer* Department of Geographical and Earth Sciences, East Quadrangle, University Avenue, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QQ, UK I Introduction – working on instinct I do want to consider possible impacts on the Where my first report (Lorimer, 2005) collective purpose of geography. What fol- reviewed work that has tried to conceive of lows is arranged into three sections: the first what more there is than representation in the explains how ‘events and auras’ are currently practice and the products of cultural geogra- being considered as a means to apprehend phy, in this second report the question that provisional, immaterial dimensions of social many theorists and practitioners ask of life; the second considers how ‘rhythms and research is a more direct one: what is repre- cycles’ are binding themes for work that sentation intended to achieve, and what else tracks the timings of life according to pas- might be done?’ The literature under review is sages, episodes, echoes, movements, inter- predominately the work of researchers in vals, rotas and repetitions; the third, ‘flows geography, though its philosophical points of and codes’, takes notice of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Progress in Human Geography SAGE

Cultural geography: worldly shapes, differently arranged

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Progress in Human Geography 31(1) (2007) pp. 89–100 Cultural geography: worldly shapes, differently arranged Hayden Lorimer* Department of Geographical and Earth Sciences, East Quadrangle, University Avenue, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QQ, UK I Introduction – working on instinct I do want to consider possible impacts on the Where my first report (Lorimer, 2005) collective purpose of geography. What fol- reviewed work that has tried to conceive of lows is arranged into three sections: the first what more there is than representation in the explains how ‘events and auras’ are currently practice and the products of cultural geogra- being considered as a means to apprehend phy, in this second report the question that provisional, immaterial dimensions of social many theorists and practitioners ask of life; the second considers how ‘rhythms and research is a more direct one: what is repre- cycles’ are binding themes for work that sentation intended to achieve, and what else tracks the timings of life according to pas- might be done?’ The literature under review is sages, episodes, echoes, movements, inter- predominately the work of researchers in vals, rotas and repetitions; the third, ‘flows geography, though its philosophical points of and codes’, takes notice of

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