Doreen was exhilarated by the possibilities offered by Jeremy Corbyn's election as leader of the Labour Party while, at the same time, infuriated by the impact of neoliberalism and its associated veneration of finance capital.
At this event we will work with Doreen's ideas in order to analyse this current state of affairs.
Honouring her legacy, we hope to generate new insights and action. We are using her ideas to generate new insights and action for political possibilities in the contemporary conjuncture.
The event will focus on four themes:
There will be a mix of keynote speakers and workshops to enable participants to engage in collective thinking and debate about spatial politics today.
Spatial Justice and the State led by Joe Painter & Athina Arampatzi (Leeds)
Registration for this event is required.
An evening event will follow looking back over Doreen's contributions to geographical thinking and looking forward to the ways in which her ideas remain vital for thinking about politics today.