This reader is a lively and stimulating companion to standard classroom texts in human geography. Featuring a dynamic collection of material, the volume is designed to foster a clear understanding of human geography and its concepts, debates and controversies. The topics selected are accessible to introductory students, yet enduring in their insights, influential in the development of the discipline, or relevant to contemporary policy debates. The book includes sections on: population and migration; environment; agriculture, and society; cultural geography and place; urban and economic geography; development geography; and political geography. Each chapter contains an introduction by the editors followed by several essays addressing these specific themes. This engaging and thought-provoking resource is an ideal supplement to any introductory human geography textbook. It can also be used very effectively on its own as an introduction for anyone coming to the subject for the first time.Moseley, William G. is the author of 'Introductory Reader in Human Geography Contemporary Debates and Classic Writings', published 2007 under ISBN 9781405149228 and ISBN 1405149221.