Some useful context to the term “neogeography” being bandied around a good deal – usually in contrast to “palaeogeography”. Neither seem at all well coined or appropriate to what they describe – but reflect flux and perhaps confusion in trends in how people interact more widely with geography, mapping and how we perceive and represent our environment.
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