Tim Cresswell is professor in University of Edinburgh in the School of GeoSciences. His research considers the role of geographical ways of thinking in the constitution of social and cultural life. By ‘geographical thinking’ he means modes of thought and imagination that utilise notions of place, space, and mobility to give the world ideological value. He is interested in how these modes of thought inform various kinds of practice from the practice of ordering and domination to the practice of disorder and resistance.
Learn more about Tim Cresswell