Events

This is a list of  events happening within Geography that staff and students may be interested in.

You can find our more about events happening across the College of Life and Environmental Sciences on the college website events page.

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4 November 201412:00

Paul Harrison - For a goegraphy of you

Streatham Campus Geography Seminar Series. The talks will alternate between Physical and Human Geography subjects. All welcome. Full details
SeminarsXFi Conference room 1Add this to your calendar
5 November 201413:00

Gender, Fear and Rurality

This seminar will reflect Jos research interests in rural inequality and social identities and look at issues of fear and violence in the countryside. The seminar will draw in particular on Jos most recent work on the experience of domestic violence amongst rural women in the South West. Jo Little is Professor in Gender and Geography and her research focuses largely on rural and social issues. She is a member of the Geography and Spatial Responsibilities research group. Full details
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13 November 201412:00

Jemma Wadham - Does life beneath ice sheets impact global biogeochemical cycles?

Streatham Campus Geography Seminar Series. The talks will alternate between Physical and Human Geography subjects. All welcome. Full details
SeminarsLaver Building LT6Add this to your calendar
20 November 201412:00

Hilary Geoghegan - Geographies of enthusiasm in tree health surveillance in the UK

Streatham Campus Geography Seminar Series. The talks will alternate between Physical and Human Geography subjects. All welcome. Full details
SeminarsLaver Building LT6Add this to your calendar
27 November 201412:00

Claire Rambeau - Wetlands in drylands: new archives of past environmental change (Dead Sea edge, Jordan)

Streatham Campus Geography Seminar Series. The talks will alternate between Physical and Human Geography subjects. All welcome. Full details
SeminarsLaver Building LT6Add this to your calendar
4 December 201412:00

James Ash - The Interface Envelope: Gaming, Power and Space-Time

Streatham Campus Geography Seminar Series. The talks will alternate between Physical and Human Geography subjects. All welcome. Full details
SeminarsLaver Building LT6Add this to your calendar