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Élisée Reclus - Abécédaire Reclus
A glossary of themes running through the work of Élisée Reclus, reflecting the contemporary relevance and diversity of the anarchist geographer's thought.
Élisée Reclus (1830-1905) was a French geographer, writer and anarchist. A communard, anarchist theorist, teacher, writer, poet and great traveler, he is the author of a considerable, highly modern body of work. His committed, humane and sensitive approach to geography as a science of interactions and a tool for liberation is now considered a pioneering work in ecology, feminism, analysis of colonization, reflection on globalized capitalism and social inequalities.
Edited by Pauline Couteau, Nicolas Eprendre, Federico Ferretti, Philippe Pelletier.
Contributions by Patrick Albert, René Berthier, Roméo Bondon, Christophe Brun, Jean-Charles Buttier, Vincent Capdepuy, Pierre Chabard, Alexandre Chollier, Pascal Clerc, Olivier Clochard, Pauline Couteau, Jean Philippe Crabé, Franck David, Bernard Debarbieux, Fugai Ekun, Nicolas Eprendre, Fabrizio Eva, Véronique Fau-Vincenti, Federico Ferretti, Renaud Garcia, Jacobo García Álvarez, Alvaro Girón, Nadine Gomez-Passamar, Daniel Hiernaux-Nicolas, Guilhem Labinal, Yannick Lageat, Isabelle Lefort, Domenico Liguori, Thierry Lodé, Isabelle Louviot, Charles Macdonald, Philippe Malburet, Gaetano Manfredonia, Louis Marrou, Kent Mathewson, Diego Mellado Gomez, Patrick Minder, José-Luis Oyon, Philippe Pelletier, Jean-Yves Puyo, Élisée Reclus, Guilherme Ribeiro, Carlo Romani, Raphaël Romnée, Marie-Pierre Salé, Marcella Schmidt di Friedberg, Konishi Shô, Pascale Siegrist, Anne Steiner, Annick Stevens, David Teurtrie, Hervé Trinquier, Selva Varengo, Jeanne Vigouroux, Richard White.
2024 (publication expected by 2nd quarter)
French edition
17 x 24 cm (softcover)
512 pages (ill.)
ISBN : 978-2-37896-514-3
EAN : 9782378965143

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