Latham, AR (2011) Topologies and the multiplicities of space-time. Dialogues in Human Geography , 1 (3) 312 - 315. 10.1177/2043820611421550.
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Over the past couple of decades, human geography has seen a proliferation in its empirical reach. This proliferation has been associated with a series of ongoing attempts to reconsider the kinds of time-spaces through which the world is made. Responding to Allen (2011), this article argues that thinking topologically about time-space does not simply add one more spatial register to existing framings of time-space. Rather, in all sorts of ways it challenges these understandings.
|Title:||Topologies and the multiplicities of space-time|
|Keywords:||alcohol , globalization, multiplicity, non-Euclidian, scale, time-space, topology|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences > Geography|
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