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Past events

Beyond the Wage: Ordinary Work in Diverse Economies (Book Launch) Beyond the Wage: Ordinary Work in Diverse Economies (Book Launch)
1 July 2021

Join the School of Geography at QMUL for the launch of Beyond the Wage: Ordinary Work in Diverse Economies with a discussion with chapter authors and Bridget Anderson as discussant.

Geography Lunchtime Research Seminars: Dr Hannah Schling
18 March 2020

Fungibility and social difference: (re)producing differential 'disposability' of migrant workers in the Czech Republic's manufacturing sector

Where can a Geography Degree take you? - Geography Alumni Panel
27 February 2020

Wondering what careers are available to you with a Geography degree? Would you like to find out more about the different fields that our recent alumni work in? 

Geography Lunchtime Research Seminars: Dr Jesse Speer
19 February 2020

Losing home: Housing, displacement, and the American Dream

Geography Lunchtime Research Seminars: Dr Sydney Calkin
5 February 2020

Abortion access pathways in post-socialist Poland: How and why are they changing? 

Film Screening: ‘Way My It Did I’ / (Life in the UK)
27 January 2020

Centre for the Study of Migration Film Series | ‘Way My It Did I’ / (Life in the UK) | Screening + Q&A with director | Monday 27 January

Geography Lunchtime Research Seminars: Prof. Simon Lewis
22 January 2020

Where’s the fire? Evidence of fire use 400,000 years ago in eastern England

Agroecological practices as territorial development: an analytical schema from Brazilian case studies
12 December 2019

An event by the Queen Mary Latin America Network (QMLAN)

Ayahuasca tourism and Amazonian healing traditions
10 December 2019

An event by the Queen Mary Latin America Network (QMLAN)

16th Annual David M.Smith Lecture
5 December 2019

From communism to neoliberalism and back to populism: changing models of (not only) urban policy

Lecture for Schools: Water Resources
27 November 2019

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 

Book Launch: 'The Pope and the Pill' by David Geiringer
21 November 2019

You are warmly invited to celebrate the launch of Dr David Geiringer's new monograph.

Queen Mary YouthMappers Mapathon
14 November 2019

A chance to participate in humanitarian mapping

Black History Month: A History of Black Freedom with Professor Miles Ogborn
10 October 2019

A History of Black Freedom: Finding the Jamaican Maroons in the Imperial Archive with Professor Miles Ogborn

School of Geography 125th Anniversary Celebration
14 June 2019

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.

Geography and Environmental Science Taster Day
17 April 2019

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. 

15th David M Smith Lecture
29 November 2018

PhD Open Evening
7 November 2018

Undergraduate Open Day
6 October 2018

Undergraduate Open Day
8 October 2016

Postgraduate Open Evening
10 February 2016

School Research Seminar
2 February 2016

Undergraduate Open Day
10 October 2015

Public Lecture: Arctic Sea-Ice and Climate Change
19 March 2015

School of Geography Distinguished Visitor 2015 Dr Thomas M. Cronin (US Geological Survey)

Undergraduate Open Day
11 October 2014

School Research Seminar
28 February 2012

School Research Seminar
14 February 2012

Geography Careers Forum
9 February 2012

School Research Seminar
7 February 2012

School Research Seminar
6 December 2011

School Research Seminar
22 November 2011

School Research Seminar
14 December 2010

School Research Seminar
7 December 2010

Physical Geography Seminar
23 November 2009