Events – November 2016

Here’s our selection of a few events coming up in November that relate to some of the themes explored on the blog as well as linking to conversations that are happening in contemporary human geography.   The Cabot Institute Annual Lecture: Ideas to change the world on 25th November, 6pm, in the Wills Memorial Building. FreeContinue reading “Events – November 2016”

Doctoral Study Beyond the MSc

Four of the MSc students from the 2014/2015 cohort – Jethro Brice, Catherine Midwood, Sam Berlin and Ciara Merrick – have remained in the University of Bristol’s School of Geographical Sciences to embark on PhD study. They recently completed the first year of their PhDs and are preparing to progress from being MPhil students toContinue reading “Doctoral Study Beyond the MSc”

BRISTOL GEOGRAPHERS SPEAK OUT AGAINST GOVERNMENT

“We value the many who make us, always, more than one.” Academics, staff, and postgraduate students from the School of Geographical Sciences published a letter today (pictured) in The Times newspaper denouncing the recent divisive and xenophobic rhetoric of the government and the Conservative Party. The text was signed by several current students on the MSc SocietyContinue reading “BRISTOL GEOGRAPHERS SPEAK OUT AGAINST GOVERNMENT”