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David Pinder

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Dr. David Pinder is an urban and cultural geographer who joined the Department in 1999. He was previously a Lecturer in Geography at the University of Southampton, and he completed his BA and PhD in Geography at the University of Cambridge.

David was a Research Fellow at the Shelby Cullom Davis Center for Historical Studies, at the University of Princeton during the autumn of 2006. He was also a Visiting Fellow at the Center for Place, Culture, and Politics at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, during the spring and summer of 2007; and a Visiting Fellow at the Department of Environmental, Social and Spatial Change at Roskilde University, during the autumn of 2007, where he was attached to the MOSPUS (Space, Place, Mobility and Urban Studies) research group.  He is currently reviews editor of Cultural Geographies (with Garth Myers), and an editor of the Re-Materialising Cultural Geography book series for Ashgate Publishers (with Mark Boyle and Don Mitchell).

His research areas are focused on cities and urban cultures; utopianism and possible urban worlds; art, spatial practices and the politics of urban space; the situationists and 20th-century avant-gardes.

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