Ian Cook (geographer)

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Ian Cook is Associate Professor of Geography at the University of Exeter in the UK, and formerly senior lecturer in geography at the University of Birmingham.[1]

Today he studies geographies of commodification, often with reference to exotic fruit, and is completing a book on ethnographic methods of inquiry. He has written widely on human geography.

Books: Ian Cook and Mike Crang (in press) Doing ethnographies. London: Sage. Paul Cloke, Ian Cook, Philip Crang, Mark Goodwin, Joe Painter & Chris Philo (2004) Practising human geographies. London: Sage

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  1. ^ Barnaby, Wendy (5 May 2000). "When a meal out changes lives". Times Higher Education. Retrieved 20 February 2011.