Examines the ways in which place and space matter in a variety of revolutionary situations. The authors assemble a set of essays that uncover not only the geography of revolutions but also the role of geography in revolutions.
David N. Livingstone is professor of geography and intellectual history at Queen's University, Belfast. Charles W. J. Withers is professor of geography at the University of Edinburgh. They collaborated previously on Geography and Enlightenment, also published by the University of Chicago Press.