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The historical geographies of metabolism: race, meat and land

When: Thursday, February 1, 2024, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Where: Room 2.04, CBG, London School of Economics and Political Science, Houghton Street, London, WC2A 2AE


LSE Human Geography Seminar Series with IHSS Fellow Dr Archie Davies


About the Speaker

Dr Archie Davies is a Lecturer in Geography and a Fellow of the IHSS. He is a cultural and historical geographer working across the fields of political ecology and the history and philosophy of geography.

He wrote a book A World Without Hunger: Josué de Castro and the history of geography (Liverpool, 2023). Archie translated Milton Santos’ 1978 classic work of critical geography, For a New Geography, and is working with Christen Smith and Bethânia Gomes to translate the writing of the Brazilian Black feminist activist and writer Beatriz Nascimento. See his profile for more details.

About the Seminar Series

These research seminars are a series of expert-led discussions and are open to all.

This series is organised by Dr Austin Zeiderman. Please contact with any questions.

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