DATE OF BIRTH: 1 March 1951


EMPLOYMENT OTHER THAN WRITING: Professor of Geography, University of
British Columbia, Vancouver


David Harvey: Critical Debates (ed. with Noel Castree) (Blackwell, 2005).
The Colonial Present: Afghanistan, Palestine, Iraq (Blackwell, 2004).
Dictionary of Human Geography (ed. with R.J. Johnston, Geraldine Pratt, Michael Watts) (Blackwell 2000).
Writes of passage: reading travel writing (ed. with James Duncan) (Routledge 1999).
Reading Human Geography: The poetics and politics of inquiry (ed. with Trevor Barnes) (Arnold 1997).
Human geography: society, space and social science (ed. with R.L. Martin, G.E. Smith). ( Macmillan; University of Minnesota Press 1994).
Geographical imaginations (Blackwell 1994).
Horizons in Human Geography (ed. with Rex Walford) (Macmillan 1989).
Social Relations and Spatial Structures (ed. with John Urry) (Macmillan 1985).
Explorations in Historical Geography: Some Interpretative Essays (ed. with Alan Baker) (Cambridge University Press 1984).
Recollections of a Revolution: Geography as Spatial Science (ed. with Mark Billinge, Ron Martin). (Macmillan; University of Minnesota Press,1984).
Regional Transformation and Industrial Revolution: A geography of the Yorkshire Woollen Industry, 1780-1840. ( Macmillan; University of Minnesota Press 1982).
Ideology, Science and Human Geography. (Hutchinson; St. Martins Press 1978).


BA/MA/PhD University of Cambridge;

University Lecturer in Geography and Fellow of Sidney Sussex College,
Cambridge, 1973-1988;

1989-present, Professor of geography, University of British Columbia at Vancouver; 2004 Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada

[BCBW 2005]