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ISBN 9783319446530
Knowledge and Space Ser. ; v.10
Print version: Jons, Heike Mobilities of Knowledge Cham : Springer International Publishing AG,c2017 ISBN 9783319446530
Chapter 5: Exploration as Knowledge Transfer: Exhibiting Hidden Histories -- Institutional Context -- Form and Content -- Design Strategies -- Conclusion -- References.
Chapter 3: Papermaking: The Historical Diffusion of an Ancient Technique -- The Early Diffusion of Papermaking -- The Replacement of Papyrus and Parchment -- Cultural Geographies of Papermaking -- Spatial Adaptations in the Technology of Papermaking -- Paper Mills -- Raw Material Used for Papermaking -- Molds and Papermarks -- Further Processing of Paper -- Trade Relations and the Decline of Arab Papermaking -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 4: Circulating Seditious Knowledge: The "Daring Absurdities, Studied Misrepresentations, and Abominable Falsehoods" of William Macintosh -- William Macintosh: A Colonial Life -- Polishing, Publication, and Reception of Macintosh’s Travels -- The Reading and Afterlife of Travels -- Macintosh in Leipzig -- Macintosh in Paris -- Conclusion: Text, Translation, and Truth -- References ---
Chapter 5: Exploration as Knowledge Transfer: Exhibiting Hidden Histories -- Institutional Context -- Form and Content -- Design Strategies -- Conclusion -- References.
Intro -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Contributors -- Chapter 1: Mobilities of Knowledge: An Introduction -- References -- Part I: Circulation, Transfer, and Adaptation -- Chapter 2: Spatial Mobility of Knowledge: Communicating Different Categories of Knowledge -- Shortcomings and Disputable Assumptions in Research About the Mobility of Knowledge -- Free Access to Knowledge Is Not Equivalent to Acquisition of Knowledge -- The Impact of New Information and Communication Technologies on the Mobility of Knowledge -- Is Codified Knowledge a Public Good and a Tradable Commodity? The Necessity to Distinguish Between Knowledge and Information -- Nominal and Ordinal Differentiations of Knowledge -- An Attempt to Construct a More Realistic Communication Model -- Conclusion -- References ---
Conclusion: The Limiting Case of Uncertainty of Knowledge -- References -- Part II: Mediators, Networks, and Learning -- Chapter 8: Collaboration and Knowledge Exchange between Scholars in Britain and the Empire, 1830-1914 -- Motivations Driving Scholarly Networking Within the British Empire -- An International Republic of Letters -- Critiques of Imperialism -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 9: Geographies of Selection: Academic Appointments in the British Academic World, 1850-1939 -- Selection Practices -- Assessing Specialized Knowledge -- Search Committees -- London Selection Committees -- Personalized Trust Versus Government Recruitment -- Geographies of Selection -- Origin and Nationality -- Social Proximity and Distance -- Cultures of Academic Sociability -- References -- Chapter 10: The University of Cambridge, Academic Expertise, and the British Empire, 1885-1962 ---
Knowing the Empire -- Capitalizing on the Empire -- Imperial Travels Until 1945 -- Imperial Travels After 1945 -- Empowering the Empire -- Conclusions.
Chapter 6: The Imprecise Wanderings of a Precise Idea: The Travels of Spatial Analysis -- The View from Somewhere: Place and the Spatial Mobility of Knowledge -- Place and Knowledge -- Spatial Mobility of Knowledge -- A History and Geography of Spatial Analysis -- The Early Years -- The Later Years -- Seattle and Iowa City -- Lund -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 7: Knowledges in Disciplines and Cities: An Essay on Relations Between Archaeology and Social Sciences -- Preamble: Knowledges -- Introductions -- The Times and Spaces of Academic Social Knowledges -- Practical Knowledges in, Through, and Out of Cities -- Indictments -- Of Mainstream Social Science -- Of Mainstream Archaeology -- Debates Generated by Bringing Cities Back In -- Cities and the Creation of States -- Cities and the Development of Agriculture ---
References -- Chapter 11: Geneva, 1919-1945: The Spatialities of Public Internationalism and Global Networks -- From the "Spirit of Geneva" to the Spatial Representation of Public Internationalism -- "Inhabite"-Controversies About the International Space or How Public Internationalism Translated into Space -- Tracing Spatial Contexts of Global Organizations -- Religious and Philosophical Networks: Global Knowledge from Other than Diplomatic Perspectives? -- Translating Agencies -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 12: The Spatial Mobility of Corporate Knowledge: Expatriation, Global Talent, and the World City -- The Firm, International Business Strategy, and Knowledge Management -- Expatriation, Global Talent, and Knowledge Exchange -- World Cities, Expatriation, and the Spatial Mobility of Knowledge ---
Conclusion: The Limiting Case of Uncertainty of Knowledge -- References -- Part II: Mediators, Networks, and Learning -- Chapter 8: Collaboration and Knowledge Exchange between Scholars in Britain and the Empire, 1830-1914 -- Motivations Driving Scholarly Networking Within the British Empire -- An International Republic of Letters -- Critiques of Imperialism -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 9: Geographies of Selection: Academic Appointments in the British Academic World, 1850-1939 -- Selection Practices -- Assessing Specialized Knowledge -- Search Committees -- London Selection Committees -- Personalized Trust Versus Government Recruitment -- Geographies of Selection -- Origin and Nationality -- Social Proximity and Distance -- Cultures of Academic Sociability -- References -- Chapter 10: The University of Cambridge, Academic Expertise, and the British Empire, 1885-1962 ---
Global Staffing and Expatriation in Professional Service Firms -- Global Talent in London’s Financial District -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 13: Formal Education as a Facilitator of Migration and Integration: A Case Study of Nigerian University Graduates -- Methodology and Data -- Nigerian Migration History: Migration as a Cultural Event? -- Emigration as Culturally Underpinned and Realized Through Education -- Integration Between Structural Forces and Individual Abilities: Migration as a Continuum in Space and Time -- Migration Culturally Underpinned and Educationally Materialized: A Migration Model of Highly Skilled Nigerians -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 14: Trans-knowledge? Geography, Mobility, and Knowledge in Transnational Education -- Geography, Mobility, and Knowledge -- Knowledge, Transnationalism, and TNE ---
Knowing the Empire -- Capitalizing on the Empire -- Imperial Travels Until 1945 -- Imperial Travels After 1945 -- Empowering the Empire -- Conclusions.
Moving Ideas: The Transfer of Program Content -- The Transfer of Different Forms of Capital -- How (And the Limits to How) Knowledge Is Transferred in TNE -- Language Issues -- Mobile Academics.
Chapter 6: The Imprecise Wanderings of a Precise Idea: The Travels of Spatial Analysis -- The View from Somewhere: Place and the Spatial Mobility of Knowledge -- Place and Knowledge -- Spatial Mobility of Knowledge -- A History and Geography of Spatial Analysis -- The Early Years -- The Later Years -- Seattle and Iowa City -- Lund -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 7: Knowledges in Disciplines and Cities: An Essay on Relations Between Archaeology and Social Sciences -- Preamble: Knowledges -- Introductions -- The Times and Spaces of Academic Social Knowledges -- Practical Knowledges in, Through, and Out of Cities -- Indictments -- Of Mainstream Social Science -- Of Mainstream Archaeology -- Debates Generated by Bringing Cities Back In -- Cities and the Creation of States -- Cities and the Development of Agriculture ---
Conclusions: So Where Is Knowledge in TNE? -- References -- The Klaus Tschira Stiftung -- Index.
References -- Chapter 11: Geneva, 1919-1945: The Spatialities of Public Internationalism and Global Networks -- From the "Spirit of Geneva" to the Spatial Representation of Public Internationalism -- "Inhabite"-Controversies About the International Space or How Public Internationalism Translated into Space -- Tracing Spatial Contexts of Global Organizations -- Religious and Philosophical Networks: Global Knowledge from Other than Diplomatic Perspectives? -- Translating Agencies -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 12: The Spatial Mobility of Corporate Knowledge: Expatriation, Global Talent, and the World City -- The Firm, International Business Strategy, and Knowledge Management -- Expatriation, Global Talent, and Knowledge Exchange -- World Cities, Expatriation, and the Spatial Mobility of Knowledge ---
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Contents // 1 Mobilities of Knowledge: An Introduction... I // Heike Jöns, Michael Heffernan, and Peter Meusburger // Part I Circulation, Transfer, and Adaptation // 2 Spatial Mobility of Knowledge: Communicating Different // Categories of Know ledge... 23 // Peter Meusburger // 3 Papermaking: The Historical Diffusion of an Ancient // Technique... 51 // Jonathan M. Bloom // 4 Circulating Seditious Knowledge: The ‘‘Daring Absurdities, // Studied Misrepresentations, and Abominable Falsehoods” // of William Macintosh... 67 // Inncs M. Keighren // 5 Exploration as Knowledge Transfer: Exhibiting // Hidden Histories... 85 // Felix Driver // 6 The Imprecise Wanderings of a Precise Idea: The Travels // of Spatial Analysis... 105 // Trevor Barnes and Carl Christian Abrahamsson // 7 Knowledges in Disciplines and Cities: An Essay // on Relations Between Archaeology and Social Sciences... 123 // Peter J. Taylor // vii // viii Contents // Part II Mediators, Networks, and Learning // 8 Collaboration and Knowledge Exchange between // Scholars in Britain and the Empire, 1830-1914... 141 // Heather Ellis // 9 Geographies of Selection: Academic Appointments // in the British Academic World, 1850-1939... 157 // Tamson Pietsch // 10 The University of Cambridge, Academic Expertise, // and the British Empire, 1885-1962... 185 // Heike Jöns // 11 Geneva, 1919-1945: The Spatialities of Public // Internationalism and Global Networks... 211 // Madeleine Herren // 12 The Spatial Mobility of Corporate
Knowledge: Expatriation, // Global Talent, and the World City... 227 // Jonathan V. Beaverstock // 13 Formal Education as a Facilitator of Migration // and Integration: A Case Study of Nigerian University // Graduates... 247 // Melanie Mbah // 14 Trans-knowledge? Geography, Mobility, // and Knowledge in Transnational Education... 269 // Johanna L. Waters and Maggi Leung // The Klaus Tschira Stiftung... 287 // Index // 289
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(OCoLC)974207692

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