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NCH is Hiring: Art History, Law and Human Geography positions now open

New teaching positions are now open at New College of the Humanities. NCH has a world-class team of professors with a reputation for academic excellence, supported by an enthusiastic and talented team of teaching staff. 49 more words

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Decolonising Parenting: Curating the World One Playmobil Character at a Time

I don’t know whether it is because I have recently finished co-teaching a postcolonial geographies module for this cycle, or because my daughter, at six, is becoming more conscious of, and interested in, the world, but lately I have felt my academic and personal worlds collide as never before.

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Why you should do Cultural Geography

With 2016 finally behind us, many of the New Year’s resolutions have been to roll up our sleeves and get to work protesting the perceived injustices of more intense… 433 more words

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Carceral Geography comes to Liverpool

Post by Dr Jennifer Turner

Human Geography at Liverpool has a strong reputation for the study of socio-spatial exclusion, inequality, geographies of the life-course and developing understandings of moving, mobile populations. 617 more words

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Interdisiplinary

Course Description
This course is a thematic study of human activity and the global distribution of these activities. Topics covered will include: global population, migration, culture, language, religion, ethnicity, political geography, development, agriculture, urban patterns, environment, and disasters.

Human Geography

Year 10 Homework - The development gap

The development gap is the variations in quality of life and standard of living between people and countries.  There are a variety of reasons why the development gap grew. 395 more words

GCSE Homework

Post Colonial Geography

Ok so I’m not really sure how a blog works. Anyway, I thought it would be best to do a lot of introductory blogs and then follow these up with little bits and pieces of what I’ve been reading – and what I think about those things. 130 more words