Economics and Movement with Nigel Thrift (2011)

Professor Nigel Thrift shares his interests within human geography, which stresses a practice-based model of thought and action. He discusses the importance of performative and embodied knowledge in practice, moving away from the emphasis on representation and interpretation to which the social and human sciences have been so bound.   He argues that performative and embodied knowledges are becoming crucial to the conduct of the modern

This talk was part of Crossing Borders 2011, presented in partnership with London Contemporary Dance School and the PAL Movement and Meaning series.