School of Geography


The School of Geography is committed to high-quality research and knowledge transfer, and we have a strong culture of interdisciplinary and collaborative research.

wind farm and sand

Our work generates high-impact research which informs government public policy, private enterprise and third sector organisations, as well as inter-government organisations. We collaborate with leading organisations in the private and public sectors, ensuring our research has important and beneficial applications and impacts for society.

Our community is organised into four research themes and three collaborative research hubs that reflect and shape research strategy and we pride ourselves on a strong collegiate research culture.


Research themes

Our research community is organised into four research themes that reflect and shape research strategy across the University's campuses in Nottingham, China and Malaysia.

Stephanie Coen

Inspiring people

Stephanie Coen is an Assistant Professor and critical health geographer with an overarching concern for how everyday social and material contexts matter for health and health equity.


Research hubs

The School of Geography's Collaborative Research Hubs are engaged in world-leading interdisciplinary research that seeks to answer some of the most pressing issues faced by societies across the globe.


Research events

Understanding Agriculture 4.0: Learning With Postdigital Hybrid Assemblages

03 November 2021 (13:00-14:00)
With Catherine Price, University of Nottingham. Part of the Environment and Society Seminar Series.

Digital archives and recombinant historical geographies

03 November 2021 (16:00-17:00)
a41, Sir Clive Granger Building, University Park
With David Beckingham and Jake Hodder, University of Nottingham. Part of the Cultural and Historical Seminar Series.
In the latest Research Excellence Framework, 75% of our research was ranked as world-leading or internationally excellent.
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Society impact studies

Hand washing in action

Empowering vulnerable communities to fight Covid-19: the case of Zimbabwe

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Farm workers in a field

Evaluating the risk of labour exploitation among migrant workers in the UK during Covid-19

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Communicating with Generation Z

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School of Geography

Sir Clive Granger Building
University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

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