Engaging geography

2. seminars

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In order to meet the aims and objectives for the series as a whole a programme of six ‘seminars’ will explore the links between engaging geography and a variety of publics as follows:

i. ‘How did that happen?’ The creation of time and space for public geographies

ii. Geographers, artists and their publics.

iii. Activist Geographies: developing collaborating research priorities with social movements

iv. Geographies and policy

v. Border crossings – geographies in schools

vi. Communicating public geographies…


Written by Ian Cook et al

September 2, 2008 at 9:24 pm

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