Report from the field: Experiments in collaborative drawing with John Fanshawe, Kate Foster, and Michael Van Beinum

By Jethro Brice My doctoral research explores the use of contemporary art practices to study the intersection of human and nonhuman animal cultures. One of my key methods is observational field drawing, and in recent months I’ve had the good fortune to work with three inspiring friends and colleagues to explore some of the rewardsContinue reading “Report from the field: Experiments in collaborative drawing with John Fanshawe, Kate Foster, and Michael Van Beinum”

Dissertation to Publication

Many MSc Society and Space students publish their dissertation research. Every year a few of our MSc Society and Space students publish their research dissertations as articles in major geography journals. All MSc students need to write an original dissertation of 13,000 words. This is begun once students successfully complete their course work components ofContinue reading “Dissertation to Publication”

Postcolonial Matters: New MSc Unit begins January 2017

postcolonial_matters_syllabus_2017_final The MSc in Human Geography, Society and Space is please to introduce a new unit to its curriculum in the academic year 2016-17. Starting in January 2017, ‘Postcolonial Matters’ will launch as an option for current and future registered students. The unit will be taught by Mark Jackson and Naomi Millner. Description ‘Postcolonial Matters’Continue reading “Postcolonial Matters: New MSc Unit begins January 2017”