- Title Pages
- California Studies in Critical Human Geography
- 1 The Lost Geography of the American Century
- 2 1898 and the Making of a Practical Man
- 3 “Conditional Conquest”: Geography, Labor, and Exploration in South America
- 4 The Search for Geographical Order: The American Geographical Society
- 5 The Inquiry: Geography and a “Scientific Peace”
- 6 A Last Hurrah for Old World Geographies: Fixing Space at the Paris Peace Conference
- 7 “Revolutionarily Yours”: <i>The New World</i>, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the Making of Liberal Foreign Policy
- 8 “The Geography of Internal Affairs”: Pioneer Settlement as National Economic Development
- 9 The Kantian University: Science and Nation Building at Johns Hopkins
- 10 Geopolitics: The Reassertion of Old World Geographies
- 11 Silence and Refusal: Refugees, Race, and Economic Development
- 12 Settling Affairs with the Old World: Dismembering Germany?
- 13 Toward Development: Shaking Loose the Colonies
- 14 Frustrated Globalism, Compromise Geographies: Designing the United Nations
- 15 Defeat from the Jaws of Victory
- 16 Geographical Solicitude, Vital Anomaly
- Collections Consulted
- American Empire
- University of California Press
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