Live

Scheduled talks, with all the details I currently have

26 October 2018, Design Agency within Earth Systems, Architectural Association, London (CFP)

Autumn term 2018 (date tbc), seminar on Foucault, University of Sussex

28 November 2018 (date tbc), seminar, Queen Mary University of London

April 2019, ICE-LAW conference, Durham University

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

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