London Group of Historical Geographers Seminar Programme, Autumn Term 2018: Unsettling Land

London Group of Historical Geographers Seminar Programme, Autumn Term 2018: Unsettling Land

16 October 2018 David Matless (University of Nottingham)
Next the sea: Eccles and the Anthroposcenic.

30 October 2018 Bergit Arends (Tate)
Photographing the landscapes of the Anthropocene: Nguyen The Tuc’s Kohle unter Magdeborn, c. 1976.

13 November 2018 Briony McDonagh (University of Hull)
Unpeopling the land: enclosure, dispossession, and the making of property in early modern England. [NOTE: this seminar will be held in room 243, South Block, Senate House]

27 November 2018 Michael Bravo (University of Cambridge)
Cosmographical machinations: the materiality of the Earth’s shifting poles.

11 December 2018 Tom Simpson (University of Cambridge)
Find the river: discovering the Tsangpo-Brahmaputra in the age of empire.

Unless otherwise indicated, seminars are held on Tuesdays at 5.15pm in Wolfson Room I (NB01), Institute of Historical Research, North Block, Senate House, University of London.

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One Response to London Group of Historical Geographers Seminar Programme, Autumn Term 2018: Unsettling Land

  1. dmf says:

    is there more to the archive than a list?

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