Cultural and Historical Geography
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School of Geography: Cultural and Historical Geography Research Theme

Cultural and Historical Geography is a distinctive, internationally-renowned research theme within the School of Geography.

Research in this area is shaped by, and has shaped, wider developments in the arts, humanities, and social sciences.

Research combines sustained engagement with empirical material, commitment to theoretical innovation, and engagement with non-academic partners. Core collaborating organisations include:

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Stonehenge, Wiltshire, 3 August 2013 by Simon Roberts. Simon is an Honorary Associate Professor with the school, and was commissioned to take a series of photographs for Stephen Daniels, Ben Cowell and Lucy Veale's 2015 Landscapes of the National Trust volume.

 

Research areas

Three sub-themes summarise our range of activities:

Seminars

Figures of modernity: chlorinated bedbugs and other estranged companions

Date
15 November 2017 (16:30-18:30)
Location:
A44, Sir Clive Granger Building, University Park
Description
Cultural and Historical Geography research seminar by Dr Eva Giraud and Dr Greg Hollins, University of Keele.

Invisible infrastructure: maritime motorways and the making of global mobilities 1962-1977

Date
29 November 2017 (13:00-14:00)
Location:
a45, Sir Clive Granger Building, University Park
Description
Cultural and Historical Geography research seminar by Dr Kimberley Peters, University of Liverpool.

 

 

 

Cultural and Historical Geography

School of Geography
Sir Clive Granger Building
University of Nottingham
Nottingham, NG7 2RD


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