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Eila Campbell lectures

The Eila Campbell lecture series in human geography, including cartographical studies and the history of geography, were established in 1995.

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Speaker

Lecture

16 February  2017 Professor Alastair Bonnett The Mapping Explosion: Taking Control of the Map
2 July 2014 Professor Sarah Radcliffe The Trouble with Territory: Reconciling statehood and difference in the Andes
11 December 2012 Professor Gillian Rose Mapping the urban through photography: images in, of and as the city
3 March 2010 Professor Danny Dorling Social Inequality: will your vote make a difference?
27 February 2008 Ray Pahl, Professor of Sociology, ISER, University of Essex Have personal communities replaced geographical communities?
2006 Professor Peter Wood What makes London innovative? The lessons for urban economic policy
2002 Dame Judith Mayhew, DBE, LLM
2000 Professor Michael Hebbert, PhD Singing Streets of London
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Professor Sir Peter Hall, MA, PhD, FRGS, FBA

The Land Fetish: a Suitable Case for Dr Freud?
1996 Professor David Rhind, BSc, PhD

 

 

 

 

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