Professor Stewart Barr
Professor of Geography
Stewart Barr graduated from the University of Exeter’s Geography Department in 1998 and continued his studies at Exeter undertaking a PhD exploring household waste practices. Building on this research, he worked for two years in the Department as a post-doctoral researcher on an ESRC-funded project entitled ‘Environmental Action in and Around the Home’. He became a Lecturer in Geography in 2003, Senior Lecturer in 2008, Associate Professor in 2012 and is now Professor of Geography. Within the Department Stewart undertakes research in the Environment and Sustainability and Spatial Responsibilities Research Groups and he teaches modules at all levels of undergraduate study.
Broad Research Specialisms:
Geographies of sustainable development: sustainable practices; behaviour change theory, policy and practice; community resilience to environmental change; sustainable travel, tourism and mobilities.
Office Hours in Term 1:
Mondays 16:00-17:00 (in Week 4, Tuesday 9:30-10:30);
Wednesdays 11:30-12:30 (in Week 4, Wednesday 9:30-10:30).
BA (University of Exeter)
PhD (University of Exeter)
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