Nigel Thrift
Professor of the faculty of Geography and the Environment at Oxford University
He is a member of the Research Priorities Board (ESRC) and has been a fellow of the British Academy since 2003.
He has also sat on several committees acting as consultants to the British Government. His research work is concerned with the new forms of capitalism, the cultural impact of the new information technologies, the history of time, the consequences of time and cities as a focus of time-space experimentation. Notable among his publications are Spatial Formations (Sage, London 1996), Knowing Capitalism. Theory, Culture and Society (Sage, 2005) and Non-Representational Theory (Routledge, 2007).

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