Dr David Harvey
Associate Professor in Historical Cultural Geography
David Harvey is a historical cultural geographer. He graduated from Exeter in 1992 with a degree in Geography with European Studies, which included a year in Trinity College, Dublin. Following the award of his PhD in 1997, he held a series of short-term teaching and research contracts before being appointed as a Lecturer at Exeter in September 2000. He is now an Associate Professor in Historical Cultural Geography, and is presently the Senior Tutor for the BA Programmes. He is the Honorary Secretary of the Society for Landscape Studies, he sits on the AHRC Peer Review College and is presently the External Examiner for human geography at the Universities of Portsmouth and Gloucestershire. He has received research funding from the AHRC, the ESRC, The British Academy, The Leverhulme Trust and an EPSRC-led Research Programme. He is presently the PI on a large AHRC-funded research project entitled Negotiating the Cultural Politics and Poetics of Identity within the Creative Industries of South West Britain.
Broad research specialisms:
David‘s principal research focus is historical and cultural geography and heritage studies. He is particularly interested in South West Britain and the ‘Celtic fringes‘ of the British Isles.
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University of Exeter