The study of space and place is an increasingly important research-field in the humanities and social sciences. This series explores how spatial ideas and approaches can be used to understand the societies, cultures and mentalities of the past. Leading scholars from a range of disciplines will reflect on the uses of space in two respects: how spatial concepts can be employed by or applied to the study of history; and how particular spaces were used for practical and ideological purposes in specific periods
Series Organiser: Dr Paul Stock firstname.lastname@example.org
Place: LSE New Academic Building, room 2.14 Time: 18.00 All welcome
12 January 2012: Dr Andrew Rudd (Open University) 'Geographical morality on trial: Edmund Burke and the impeachment of Warren Hastings'