Please Note: This seminar series has finished. For information on our current seminar series please see our Seminar Series webpage.

All seminars will be held in the Board Room, OUCE, on Tuesdays from 4.30-5.30pm unless indicated otherwise below. There will be wine and snacks in the common room after the 4pm seminars. For further information contact Dr Maria Kaika (weeks 1-4) or Dr Heather Viles (weeks 5-8).

Week 2: Tuesday 23 January 2007

Chronotopographies: relational space-time and communication technologies.

Prof. Mike Crang, University of Durham, Department of Geography.

Week 3: Tuesday 30 January 2007

Feminism, architecture and the question of activism.

Prof. Jos Boyce, University of Bristol, Faculty of Arts and Architecture.

Week 4: Tuesday 6 February 2007 4.30pm

Re-thinking Urban Public Space.

Prof. Ash Amin, University of Durham, Department of Geography.

Week 5: Tuesday 13 February 2007 4.30pm MSc Room 1

Composing London Visually.

Prof. Robert Tavernor, Professor of Architecture and Urban Design, Director of the Cities Programme at LSE.

Week 5: Tuesday 13 February 2007

Time, light, sand and Human origins.

Dr Richard Bailey, OUCE, Oxford.

Week 6: Tuesday 20 February 2007

Linking patterns to processes: Ecological insights given by spatial structure in vegetation.

Dr Nicolas Barbier, OUCE, Oxford.

Week 7: Tuesday 27 February 2007

Reconstructing climate change in Mexico: the good, the bad and the ugly.

Prof. Sarah Metcalfe, School of Geography, University of Nottingham.

Week 8: Tuesday 6 March 2007

New approaches to the interpretation of Holocene palaeoecological data.

Prof John Birks, Department of Biology, University of Bergen.