La concepción geográfica de Andalucía y Cataluña en la obra de Juan Carandell Pericay (1893-1937)

Catalonia and Andalucia constitute essential references to the geographer and geologist Juan Carandell (1893-1937). The understanding between him and the landscape and the way of life of Catalonia -his place of birth- will make of this land a constant reference point and point of comparison, an idea... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: López Ontiveros, Antonio
Beste egile batzuk: Naranjo Ramírez, José
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad de Almería 2001
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Laburpena: Catalonia and Andalucia constitute essential references to the geographer and geologist Juan Carandell (1893-1937). The understanding between him and the landscape and the way of life of Catalonia -his place of birth- will make of this land a constant reference point and point of comparison, an ideal almost utopian; what Andalucia meant for him -it constitutes the content and the key of a great part of his work, together with the fact that his wife and sons were from this landis bittersweet and contradictory: exemplary and marvellous in the geography, counterpoint to the catalan paradise in many other aspects and, at the same time, intimate in his personal and family life. This paper is devoted to review the scientific production of Carandell with respect to these two regions and the contrast between them as shown in his thinking.