C12.20 History of Geography / C12.33 Political Geography. What (Political) Geography Ought to Be?

Session: Theoretical Approaches to and Historical Perspectives on Geography and Geopolitics as Instruments of Peace 2

Chairpersons: Elena dell’Agnese, Toshiyuki Shimazu

La question de la fixation de frontière territoriale de la Guyane française: La géographie française en échec ou la fin d'un certain 'romantisme' géographique

Jean-Yves Puyo, University of Pau and Pays de l'Adour


Pierre Monbeig and the Brazilian Geographer's Association (AGB)

Larissa Lira, Institute of Geography, University of São Paulo


Reasoning on the Kropotkin's dilemma, between mutual aid and being interventionist in the First World War, perhaps could be useful for a contemporary peaceful world

Fabrizio Eva, Department of Asian and North African Studies, Ca' Foscari University of Venice, Treviso campus


From world state to universal peace – the contribution of Polish political geography to the peace research. Professor Stanisław Pawłowski case

Marcin Solarz, Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies, University of Warsaw