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we feature the Reclus Conference, L'Homme et la Terre, the launch
of the revised edition of the Geddes-Tagore correspondence at the Edinburgh
Book Festival and the RTPI Commemorative Lecture 2005.
as Applied Sociology
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as Applied Sociology, Read before the Sociological Society at
a Meeting in the School of Economics and Political Science (University
of London), Clare Market, W.C., at 5 p.m., on Monday, July 18th, 1904;
the Rt. Hon. CHARLES BOOTH, F.R.S., in the Chair.
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revised edition of the Geddes-Tagore Letters, by Bashabi Fraser is to
be launched at the Edinburgh International Book Festival on Monday,
29 August in the Studio Tent at Charlotte Square at 5 p.m.
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luminous exchange of letters between two kindred spirits Bashabi Fraser
has revealed a new fascinating side to the age-old relationship between
India and Scotland. Rabindranath Tagore and Patrick Geddes were inspirational
innovators and their quest for a dream of perfection was clearly a meeting
of true minds.' Trevor Royle, Associate Editor, Sunday Herald
in Devolution' - Royal Town Planning Institute Annual Lecture
The 2005 lecture is to be given by Raymond Young, chair of Architecture
and Design Scotland on the subject of 'Cities in Devolution', on 16
September at 4.45 p.m. at St Andrews in the Square in Glasgow.
The lecture will be followed by a drinks reception for all delegates
and then by an Urban Design week workshop held by the West of Scotland
Chapter of the Institute.
The event is promoted again by RTPI and Saltire Society and is sponsored
by the Scottish Executive and Glasgow City Council.
details and a booking form are available from: Graham U'ren FRTPI,
The Royal Town Planning Institute in Scotland, 57 Melville Street, Edinburgh
Tel 0131 226 1959 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
years lecture here: 'Sustainable
Development Past and Present', by Jonathon Porritt.
et la Terre: The Legacy of Elisee Reclus (1830-1905) Conference, New
Lectures and presentations to include..
Marshall (UK), Elisée Reclus, Geographer of Freedom
Ward (Pitzer College): Kropotkin and Reclus' Friendship and the
Cross-fertilization of IdeasAragorn!
(Anarchy: A Journal of Desire Armed): "The Future of Green Anarchy:
Reclus Beyond the City and the Primitive"
Leighten (Duke University), Abstracting Anarchism: Élisée
Reclus, Frantiek Kupka and the Project Modernist Art
F. Ogata (Bard Graduate Center), "Van de Velde, Reclus, and the
Roslak (University of Minnesota-Duluth), Render Nature Most Beautiful:
Élisée Reclus, Neo-Impressionism,
and Holistic Landscape
Clark (Loyola University): The Living Legacy of Elisée
Reclus: Ecology, Ethics & Politics
Small : From the Commune to the Polis: Anarchism & Neo-Vitalism
in the Work of Patrick Geddes & Elisée Reclus
Venet (New Orleans): Reclus on Tribal Society and the Ambiguities
Fillebeck (Louisiana State University): "Reclus: Anarchy, Spirituality
Bonta (Delta State University): Mapping Reclus onto Deleuze: Toward
a Geophilosophy of the ´New Earth
Mathewson (Louisiana State University) Elisée Reclus
Latin American Writings and Travel
details email John Clark at: email@example.com
I Bentz wrote us saying:
"Im currently conducting research on Sir Patrick Geddes for
a paper on maritime law. In particular, Im looking for any piece
of information on his time at Aberdeen University, especially any information
and documents regarding the zoological station in Cowie near Stonehaven
that Patrick Geddes set up. Apparently, there are a few pictures of
this station and other documents regarding the exact location. Unfortunately,
they are not in the library collection in Aberdeen. Id therefore
be very grateful if you could help me with any information or advise
me on where I could find the documents Im looking for?"
Natalie at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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