AuthorVelázquez V, Laura
AdvisorCompitello, Malcolm A.
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractThis dissertation analyzes the cartographic imagination of Miguel de Unamuno and José Ortega y Gasset and how they represent physical space in their work. Its point of departure is that studying these authors' cartographic imaginaries--as studied by David Harvey--yields exciting new readings of two of modern Spain's most important intellectuals. In addition to Harvey's seminal writings it draws on the work of Henry Lefebvre, George Simmel, Edgar Morin to fashion a way of exploring the relationship between real and imaginary spaces in Unamuno and Ortega.
Degree ProgramGraduate College