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About the Author:
Until retiring in 1998, Yi-Fu Tuan was a professor of geography at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is ranked among the country's most distinguished cultural geographers and has earned numerous honors, among them a Guggenheim Fellowship, the Bracken Award for landscape architecture, and an award for meritorious contribution to geography from the Association of American Geographers. He was recently named the Lauréat d'Honneur 2000 of the International Geographers Union. He is the author of many essays and books, including Escapism (1998) and Cosmos and Hearth (Minnesota, 1999).
|3||Space, Place, and the Child||19|
|4||Body, Personal Relations, and Spatial Values||34|
|5||Spaciousness and Crowding||51|
|6||Spatial Ability, Knowledge, and Place||67|
|7||Mythical Space and Place||85|
|8||Architectural Space and Awareness||101|
|9||Time in Experiential Space||118|
|10||Intimate Experiences of Place||136|
|11||Attachment to Homeland||149|
|12||Visibility: the Creation of Place||161|
|13||Time and Place||179|
Posted May 28, 2011
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