Tara Woodyer & co. have put together some very interesting papers at the RGS-IBG conference this summer, on “Ludic Geographies”.
Some very interesting stuff here, but in particular I’m interested in Tara’s abstract…. seems she has been doing some work on themes from Walter Benjamin.
Today I finally got round to starting the process of straightening out my material on Benjamin that I presented at the State of Play back in January… it all came out in a bit of a mess then but I hope to get it better structured and written up properly over the summer.
I’m pleased to announce the line up for our sessions on Ludic Geographies for the RGS-IBG Annual Conference in Edinburgh in July. It’s great to see the various ways people responded to our call for papers.
LUDIC GEOGRAPHIES I
- Playful vitality and ethical generosity: thinking and doing our worlds differently (Tara Woodyer, Portsmouth)
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