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ATLAS presents... New Maps For An Island Planet

Updated Monday, 5th March 2012

Join the OU's Doreen Massey and guests for an exploration of how we navigate through a world as it changes rapidly.

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Purcell Room, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre, London

Tuesday 13th March, 2012 at 6.30pm

Doreen Massey, Andrew Simms, Carolyn Steel and Lemn Sissay

Tickets are £10, plus a £1.75 booking fee, from the Southbank Centre ticket office

Join the panel for a discussion that will sketch out routes for navigating the complex challenges presented by global economic and ecological crises.

The panel consists of geographer Doreen Massey; architect Carolyn Steel and campaigner Andrew Simms. Doreen Massey Doreen Massey

They'll be drawing on their contributions to ATLAS: Geography, Architecture and Change in an Interdependent World.

Poet Lemn Sissay performs at the event, which will be chaired by Quentin Cooper.

After the panel, come to the foyer for Open Book, a chance to engage and exchange ideas with the ATLAS contributors.

ATLAS presents new work by The Open University OpenSpace Research Centre and its collaborators. The event marks the fourth of the OU's annual Doreen Massey lectures.




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