Famous as both an anthropologist and a geographer, this City University of NY professor posted articles in various academic journals, starting to be perhaps one of the most frequently cited writers in cultural sciences and humanities publications. After graduating from St. John’s University, Cambridge, he released a significant, 1969 work entitled Description in Geography. His 1973 function Public Justice and the town was heavily inspired by Marxist concepts. He was raised in Gillingham, Kent, Britain, and later resolved in NEW YORK. He was a vocal supporter of Henri Lefebvre’s “to the town” urban cultural philosophy.