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https://doi.org/10.5194/gh-78-325-2023
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13 Jul 2023
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German Theory als Geographie im Konjunktiv, oder: „Was nie geschrieben wurde, lesen“

Benedikt Korf

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In this paper, I approach German Theory as a conjunctive geography: as something that could, but did not take place. I explore the reasons why there is no German Theory (yet) by tracing the Foucault reception in German language geography and the German humanities. I study why these two variants of a German Foucault have not traveled to Anglophone geography. Finally, I speculate what could have happened had the German Foucault traveled to Anglophone geography.
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