Health geographies III: More-than-representational pushes and expressions Academic Article uri icon

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abstract

  • This report, the final in the current series, reviews recent scholarship in health geography that engages with more-than-representational pushes and expressions towards and against health. Attention is paid to the ‘onflow’ of space, time, matter and experience, and to specific qualities it lays down (speeds, momentums, rhythms, spacings and lines of action, encounters and infections). Attention is also paid to some methodological innovations that have been deployed in exposing these qualities.

publication date

  • October 2020