A cartographic clash between the LSE and its Chinese students

A cartographic clash between the LSE and its Chinese students

THE SCULPTURE, a large, upside-down globe, brightly coloured like a childs toy, looks innocuous enough. The intention behind it, according to the London School of Economics (LSE), is to recognise the universitys international community. That is not the spirit…


THE SCULPTURE, a large, upside-down globe, brightly coloured like a childs toy, looks innocuous enough. The intention behind it, according to the London School of Economics (LSE), is to recognise the universitys international community. That is not the spirit…
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