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.
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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