Research themes in the School of Geography
Explores the geographies of cultural practices, forms and knowledges and the cultural dimensions of geographical processes in many different historical and geographical settings.
Investigates how landscapes respond to the interacting chemical, physical and biological processes that drive their evolution over timescales varying from individual storm events through to millennia.
Challenges conventional geographical and sub-disciplinary boundaries, bringing together the insights of political economy, social geography, and a hybrid economic and development geography in work that often connects the global North, South, East and West.
Focuses on research in four distinctive areas: form and function of health interventions; commensurability and friction in health networks; signification and forms of knowledge and power, distributive justice and health inequalities, involving one of the largest groups of health geographers in the UK.