Richard G. Smith is Associate Professor in Human Geography at Swansea University in the UK.
I was educated at: Lawrence Sheriff School (Rugby), University of Hull (BA Hons, Geography 1st class), University of Bristol (PhD, supervised by Sir Nigel Thrift (Phyllis Mary Morris scholarship)). I have extensive international knowledge and experience. I have visited more than 100 countries, and presented my research and thinking at more than 50 international conferences, universities, and public events. My books include Jean Baudrillard: Fatal Theories (Routledge), The Baudrillard Dictionary (Edinburgh University Press), Jean Baudrillard: from Hyperreality to Disappearance: Uncollected Interviews (Edinburgh University Press), Jean Baudrillard: the Disappearance of Culture: Uncollected Interviews (Edinburgh University Press). I have over 100 publications having written extensively on Jean Baudrillard’s philosophy, world cities, global cities, structuralism and poststructuralism.