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Socioterratorial movements in comparative perspective

King's Building, Strand Campus, London

25 Sep
King's Brazil Seminar Series 2018/19

Sam Halvorsen is Lecturer in Human Geography at Queen Mary University of London and (until October 2019) Leverhulme Early Career Research Fellow. He is interested in the relationship between grassroots urban politics and territory, particularly in Latin America, having previously published widely on Occupy London. Since 2015 he has been researching political parties and local governance in Buenos Aires. He recently founded the Latin American Geographies in the UK Research Network. Recent publications include: 'Cartographies of epistemic expropriation: critical reflections on learning from the South’, (Geoforum, 2018) and ‘Decolonising territory: Dialogues with Latin American knowledges and grassroots strategies’ (Progress in Human Geography, 2018).

Part of the 2018/19 Brazil Institute Seminar Series.

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