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Can the Tour de France help get more people out of their cars and on to bikes?

Dr Matt Watson asks if the Tour will help get more people out of their cars and on to their bikes.

The Tour de France… 535 more words

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San Diego: My Psychological Self-Reflection

A man, a bear costume, and an angry Australian midget.  This article is a self reflection on how San Diego has changed me, whether it be for better or worse.   25 more words

Human Geography

Organic State: New Nexus, encroaching state?

Elsewhere, Z Geography has argued that the lack of the state’s presence has facilitated the rise of (often violent) alternatives to the state. If I haven’t then now I have! 446 more words

Human Geography

Mapping Sheffield Exhibit: Student engagement and the power of maps

From now until mid-August 2014 there is an Exhibit in the Western Bank Library at the University of Sheffield. The exhibit is intended to showcase the historic maps held within the library’s map collection.   1,191 more words

Human Geography

Singapore Field Class 2014

Post by James Wilford, 3rd year BA Geography Student

It is a surreal experience when you’re standing in a lift and overhear an apparently English conversation that suddenly morphs into a mixture of Chinese and Malay, becoming impossible to follow and throwing you into a sense of uncertainty and confusion. 713 more words

Human Geography

Edinburgh Field Class 2014 Photo Competition

Post By Dr. Paul Williamson

Congratulations to Polly Oates and Ben Berkson, joint winners of our 2014 Edinburgh Field Class photo competition.

Here are their winning entries: 229 more words

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