Geografia como museu

história privada e idealismo conservador em The Nature of Geography


  • Larissa Alves de Lira Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais - UFMG



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Lira, L. A. de . (2022). Geografia como museu: história privada e idealismo conservador em The Nature of Geography. Revista Geografias, 29(1), 262–303. (Original work published 2º de julho de 2021)



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