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Cosmopolitanism and the Banality of Geographical Evils

Professor David Harvey will be giving the Miliband lecture on Cosmopolitanism and the Banality of Geographical Evils at LSE on Monday 6 March.

The issues of cosmopolitanism and globalisation have sparked considerable debate in recent years between geographical knowledge and the nature of cosmopolitan projects. In this lecture Professor David Harvey address the relationship.

Professor Harvey is a Miliband Fellow at LSE and Professor of Geography at Johns Hopkins University. A prolific author, Professor Harvey has recently published Spaces of Hope (Edinburgh University Press, 2000) in which questions of existing versus alternative forms of socio-geographical organisations will be addressed.

This lecture will be chaired by Professor Anthony Giddens, and is part of the LSE's free public lecture series. It will take place in the Old Theatre, LSE, Houghton Street, London at 6.30pm.

This event is free and open to all, no ticket needed.

Other enquiries, please call 020 7955 6043.

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23 February 2000

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