Tag Archive | Presentations
A few years ago, I wrote two posts on this blog [here and here] about the tendency for my speaking engagements to come in pairs, allowing me to serially exercise my right-brain ‘art’ side and my left-brain ‘law’ side, all the while maintaining my geography ‘centre’. It seems like this pattern is continuing. On the […]
There will be a veritable cascade of ‘Wet Geography’ panels at next week’s Royal Geographical Society meeting in Exeter. Over the course of three days, participants will be exploring our watery world from (at least) three different perspectives.
The video from the Of Water symposium held in December 2014 at Westminster University has now been posted online. At the symposium, chaired by David Deriu and hosted by the Westminster Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment’s Expanded Territories Research Group, Lorenzo Pezzani, Lindsay Bremner, and I discuss some of the ways in which […]