December 19, 2016, by Matt

2016: A blog of blogs

As ever members of the School of Geography have been busy in 2016 and here we have collated, in no particular order, some of the many blogs relating to research from the School this year to give an idea of what we do. Do stay tuned to The Geog Blog for more news and updates in 2017.

All of us in the School of Geography would like to wish you and yours a wonderful Christmas and a happy and peaceful new year.

 

Stephen Legg published a blog titled ‘Remembering a Democratic Legacy of the Great War in Interwar India’

https://imperialglobalexeter.com/tag/dyarchy/

 

Stefan Engels, Rowan Dejardin and others have written blogs for the CEG , including:

http://britgeopeople.blogspot.co.uk/2016/05/reconstructing-pollution-history-of.html

http://britgeopeople.blogspot.co.uk/2016/03/from-ice-age-insects-to-tropics.html

http://britgeopeople.blogspot.co.uk/2016/11/the-international-conference-in.html 

 

Sarem Ugoh has written a blog following on from a presentation at the First International Congress on Postharvest Prevention in Rome 2015:

http://publish.illinois.edu/phlinstitute/2015/12/01/not-a-farmer-ugoh/

 

Emily O’Donnell has been writing blogs for the Blue-Green Cities Project @

http://blogs.nottingham.ac.uk/blue-greencities/

 

Suzanne McGowan has been busy writing the following articles and blogs, including details of her epic train journey between UoN’s campuses in Malaysia and the UK https://nottflying.wordpress.com/author/nottflying/.

https://arcticlakes.wordpress.com/
https://theconversation.com/ancient-dna-in-lake-mud-sheds-light-on-the-mystery-of-how-humans-first-reached-america-63776
https://blogs.nottingham.edu.my/geography/
http://floridacoastaleverglades.blogspot.co.uk/2016_10_01_archive.html

 

Martin Mahony has been blogging on his imperial weather project:

www.imperialweather.com

 

David Matless has produced a blog ‘Votive Leaves’ in association with the  2016 edition of his new book ‘Landscape and Englishness’. It previously appeared on the Reaktion Books website and was subsequently printed in Uniformagazine.

http://www.reaktionbooks.co.uk/browse/article_detail/Votive_Leaves

http://www.colinsackett.co.uk/uniformagazine.php

 

Chris Ives has also written several blogs this year, please see the links below:

http://www.thenatureofcities.com/2016/04/05/cities-are-home-to-threatened-species-so-what/

https://ideas4sustainability.wordpress.com/2016/03/10/christianity-and-sustainability-reflections-on-pope-francis-encyclical-on-the-environment/

https://ideas4sustainability.wordpress.com/2016/05/19/is-connection-with-nature-an-oxymoron-2/

 

 

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