Live

Scheduled talks, with all the details I currently have

2019 (date tbc), “Shakespearean Landscapes”, 4th Denis Cosgrove lecture in the GeoHumanities, London

25-27 April 2019, ICE-LAW conference, Durham University (call for papers)

May 29-June 2 2019, Truth, Fiction, Illusion: Worlds and Experience – Association for Philosophy and Literature conference, with Theory, Culture & Society, Alpen-Adria Universität Klagenfurt, Austria – both a plenary lecture and discussion ‘Close Encounter’ on my work with Jessica Dubow, Adam Haaga, Matthew Hannah, and Jeff Malpas.

26 June 2018, roundtable on Foucault, Warwick Continental Philosophy Conference

27-30 August 2019, Dialogues in Human Geography lecture, Royal Geographical Society (with Institute of British Geographers) annual conference, London

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30 Responses to Live

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  25. Pingback: Talks on territory and terrain in the next month – London, Durham and Oslo | Progressive Geographies

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