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Let Us Now Praise Famous Gullies: Providence Canyon and the Soils of the South by Paul S. Sutter (review)

Let Us Now Praise Famous Gullies: Providence Canyon and the Soils of the South by Paul S. Sutter... 214 book r eviews generally. What I do find to be central to scholarship make this a worthwhile read Epprecht’s inquiry, and which is raised far beyond those interested in Edendale, in the introduction but not explicitly re South Africa, or even southern urbanism. turned to, is a question of the role of sci- Disclosure - I worked as a research as- ence. Epprecht astutely observes the role sistant on the wider project Urban Ecosys- of science in the exertion and extension of tems and Human Health which supported the colonial and racial state (a chapter is this book, although was not directly in- dedicated to the struggles of Edendale’s volved in the Marc’s research. residents and particularly women against efer ences cit ed being researched and known by state r health authorities). Yet Epprecht is also Goebel, A., Hill, T., Fincham, R. A. and Lawhon, M. 2010a. Transdisciplinarity clear that science is necessary to promote in urban South Africa. Futures 42(5): ecohealth, both for humans and the en- 475–483. vironment. In a global sociopolitical con- Goebel, A., Dodson, B. and Hill, T. 2010b. text of skepticism about science and truth Urban advantage or urban penalty? A case claims http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Southeastern Geographer University of North Carolina Press

Let Us Now Praise Famous Gullies: Providence Canyon and the Soils of the South by Paul S. Sutter (review)

Southeastern Geographer , Volume 58 (2) – Jul 13, 2018

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Abstract

214 book r eviews generally. What I do find to be central to scholarship make this a worthwhile read Epprecht’s inquiry, and which is raised far beyond those interested in Edendale, in the introduction but not explicitly re South Africa, or even southern urbanism. turned to, is a question of the role of sci- Disclosure - I worked as a research as- ence. Epprecht astutely observes the role sistant on the wider project Urban Ecosys- of science in the exertion and extension of tems and Human Health which supported the colonial and racial state (a chapter is this book, although was not directly in- dedicated to the struggles of Edendale’s volved in the Marc’s research. residents and particularly women against efer ences cit ed being researched and known by state r health authorities). Yet Epprecht is also Goebel, A., Hill, T., Fincham, R. A. and Lawhon, M. 2010a. Transdisciplinarity clear that science is necessary to promote in urban South Africa. Futures 42(5): ecohealth, both for humans and the en- 475–483. vironment. In a global sociopolitical con- Goebel, A., Dodson, B. and Hill, T. 2010b. text of skepticism about science and truth Urban advantage or urban penalty? A case claims

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Southeastern GeographerUniversity of North Carolina Press

Published: Jul 13, 2018

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