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Professor Matthew Gandy FBA

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About this Fellow

Cultural, urban, and environmental geography, from the middle decades of the nineteenth century to the present, with particular interests in landscape, infrastructure, and bio-diversity

Website: http://www.matthewgandy.org/

Appointments

Current post

  • Professor of Cultural and Historical Geography, University of Cambridge

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