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New paper: The (un)habitual geographies of social anxiety disorder

This is Louise Boyle’s first publication related to her PhD research that explores the lived experience of social anxiety. The paper was published as part of a Special Issue on Health and Wellbeing in the journal… 174 more words

Research

For These South Sudanese Refugees, Bedsheets Are a Reminder of Home - National Geographic

Irene Sonia poses in front of a milaya, or bedsheet—one of the few things her mother managed to bring when they fled South Sudan for Uganda. 76 more words

Culture

The Tyranny of the Horizon by Laurence Mitchell

“A frontier region… the resort of brigands and bandits”
– Sir Clifford Darby, from The Medieval Fenland

Two summers ago I walked coast to coast across England and Wales, from Great Yarmouth in Norfolk to Aberystwyth on the Welsh coast. 1,426 more words

Guest Editors

East of Elveden reblogged this on East of Elveden and commented:

For this post I am reblogging something I recently wrote for The Arsonist, the webzine of Burning House Press.

Human Geography Unit Quiz - Moving on to Chapter 1

We completed the Human Geography quiz today, we had a brief discussion about a current environmental issue (the Kinder Morgan pipeline issue) and began moving on to the history part of the course, beginning with Chapter 1.

Chapter 1

Chapter 13 - Environment

We completed the Key Terms quizzes for Chapter 12, for those who had been absent, and for Chapter 13, for everyone. Both quizzes were open book, and consequently, most people did very well. 71 more words

Key Terms

Living Standards & Development

We did a quick review of the video we watched last day, “Fire in the Blood,” about the HIV/AIDS crisis in developing countries and the lack of access to affordable medication. 125 more words

Human Geography