Geographies of knowing, geographies of ignorance: jumping scale in Southeast Asia

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van Schendel, W.;
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'Area studies' use a geographical metaphor to visualise and naturalise particular social spaces as well as a particular scale of analysis. They produce specific geographies of knowing but also create geographies of ignorance. Taking Southeast Asia as an example, in this... View more
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