Durham University


Since September 2013, I have been Professor of Political Geography in the Department of Geography at Durham University. In addition to serving as a member of the Politics-State-Space research group,  I am directing IBRU: Durham University’s Centre for Borders ResearchIBRU-new-web, a unique entity that integrates practical consulting and training services on international boundary demarcation, border management, and territorial dispute resolution with research at the intersection of political geography and international law that queries the changing nature of borders and bordering practices. I also direct the Durham Arctic Research Centre for Training and Interdisciplinary Collaboration (DurhamARCTIC), a doctoral training centre at Durham University with a pending application to be a research centre within the Faculty of Social Sciences and Health.

In also coordinate Durham’s involvement in the University of the Arctic network.

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