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March 9: UCLA Faculty Research Lecture honors John Agnew

UCLA geographer speaks on 'Is There a Post-Place Politics?'

John Agnew

John Agnew

The UCLA Academic Senate hosts the 122nd UCLA Faculty Research Lecture on Thursday, March 9, from 3 p.m.– 4:30 p.m. in Schoenberg Hall. The lecture will feature Distinguished Professor of Geography John Agnew on his topic, “Is There a Post-Place Politics?”. There will be a reception immediately following the lecture.

The biannual Faculty Research Lecture at UCLA presents the work of the university’s most distinguished scholars. Its purpose is to recognize their superb achievements and give the campus and the greater community an opportunity to gain a new perspective on scholarly achievements and the viewpoints of the faculty members honored twice each year.

Agnew has deep research interests in political geography, international political economy, European urbanization and Italy. Professor Agnew teaches courses in political and European geography. He is also a professor in UCLA's Department of Italian.

Admission to the lecture is free. For further inquiries, call (310) 825-4868.

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