Ms Laura Parsons1 1De Montfort University, Leicester, United Kingdom   There is, as yet, no common usage of the term ‘hidden culture’ within cultural geography scholarship, but there is considerable evidence that some culture remains in a hidden state (Crossick...
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Dr Andrew Lapworth1 1University of New South Wales, Canberra, Canberra, Australia   Despite decades of critiques, the Freudian image of an interiorised, repressive, and individualized unconscious continues to exert a powerful stranglehold over contemporary geography. In this paper, I locate...
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Mr Nicholas Haig1 1Massey University   In April 2015, The Great War Exhibition opened in the Old Dominion Museum in Wellington. Created by filmmaker Peter Jackson and at least in financial terms a central component of New Zealand’s centennial commemorations...
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Dr John Carr1 1University Of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia   Building upon a growing literature that seeks to locate political identity partially within human neurological physiology, this paper illustrates the possibility that longstanding spatio-political tensions between “left” and “right”...
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