Innes M. Keighren
Innes M. Keighren
Reader in Historical Geography, Royal Holloway, University of London
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Travels into Print: Exploration, Writing, and Publishing with John Murray, 1773-1859
IM Keighren, CWJ Withers, B Bell
University of Chicago Press, 2015
99*2015
Bringing geography to book: Ellen Semple and the reception of geographical knowledge
IM Keighren
IB Tauris & Co. Ltd., 2010
782010
Bringing geography to the book: charting the reception of Influences of geographic environment
IM Keighren
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 31 (4), 525-540, 2006
592006
Travels into print: authoring, editing and narratives of travel and exploration, c. 1815–c. 1857
CWJ Withers, IM Keighren
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 2011
492011
On canonical geographies
IM Keighren, C Abrahamsson, V della Dora
Dialogues in Human Geography 2 (3), 296-312, 2012
432012
Geosophy, imagination, and terrae incognitae: exploring the intellectual history of John Kirtland Wright
IM Keighren
Journal of Historical Geography 31 (3), 546-562, 2005
382005
Teaching the history of geography: current challenges and future directions
IM Keighren, JW Crampton, F Ginn, S Kirsch, A Kobayashi, S Naylor, ...
Progress in Human Geography, 0309132515575940, 2015
202015
Questions of Inscription and Epistemology in British Travelers’ Accounts of Early Nineteenth-Century South America
IM Keighren, CWJ Withers
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 101 (6), 1331-1346, 2011
192011
Geographies of the Book: Review and Prospect
IM Keighren
Geography Compass 7 (11), 745-758, 2013
182013
The spectacular and the sacred: narrating landscape in works of travel
IM Keighren, CWJ Withers
Cultural Geographies 19 (1), 11-30, 2012
182012
Introduction: Toward More Inclusive and Comparative Perspectives in the Histories of Geographical Knowledge
H Jöns, J Monk, IM Keighren
The Professional Geographer 69 (4), 655-660, 2017
152017
History and philosophy of geography I: The slow, the turbulent, and the dissenting
IM Keighren
Progress in Human Geography 41 (5), 638-647, 2017
142017
Breakfasting with William Morris Davis: everyday episodes in the history of geography
IM Keighren
Practising the Archive: Reflections on Methods and Practice in Historical …, 2007
132007
Coming of age? Reflections on the centenary of women's admission to the Royal Geographical Society
SL Evans, IM Keighren, A Maddrell
The Geographical Journal 179 (4), 373-376, 2013
122013
“A Royal Geographical Society for Ladies”: The Lyceum Club and Women's Geographical Frontiers in Edwardian London
IM Keighren
The Professional Geographer 69 (4), 661-669, 2017
102017
Giving voice to geography: popular lectures and the diffusion of knowledge
IM Keighren
Scottish Geographical Journal 124 (2-3), 198-203, 2008
102008
History and philosophy of geography III: The haunted, the reviled, and the plural
IM Keighren
Progress in Human Geography 44 (1), 160-167, 2020
92020
History and philosophy of geography II: The excluded, the evil, and the anarchic
IM Keighren
Progress in Human Geography 42 (5), 770-778, 2018
92018
Collaborative geographies: the politics, practicalities, and promise of working together
R Craggs, H Geoghegan, IM Keighren
Royal Geographical Society, 2013
92013
We have never been canonical
IM Keighren, C Abrahamsson, V Dora
Dialogues in Human Geography 2 (3), 341-345, 2012
82012
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