This edited volume highlights the geographies of six European Mediterranean countries: France, Spain, Italy, Portugal and Greece. The book provides a balanced overview on what the geographers of these five countries have investigated and reflected in recent decades. This thematically arranged book takes into account the national differences of the authors, but also highlights the main contributions of Mediterranean geographies on a global scale. It reinforces a perception of common problems and debates in Southern Europe. This book appeals to the institutionalized geographical community of Mediterranean countries but also to a global audience of scholars of geography, territorial and spatial studies, social sciences and history.
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