From communism to neoliberalism and back to populism: changing models of (not only) urban policy
This detailed look at water resource management focuses on a London case study and is a perfect material to fit the needs of sixth form content on Water Cycles
You are warmly invited to celebrate the launch of Dr David Geiringer's new monograph.
A chance to participate in humanitarian mapping
A History of Black Freedom: Finding the Jamaican Maroons in the Imperial Archive with Professor Miles Ogborn
All Geography, Geology or Environmental Science alumni are warmly invited to a special celebration to mark 125 years of the teaching of Geography at Queen Mary.
A half-day symposium
Join the Queen Mary School of Geography for the day and get a taste of student life at our vibrant east London campus. You will have the opportunity to take part in three sessions during the day, each focused on a different aspect of the Geography you can study here at Queen Mary. In between the tasters you can chat with current students and tour the campus.
School of Geography Distinguished Visitor 2015 Dr Thomas M. Cronin (US Geological Survey)