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Jez we can or no we can’t? Can Labour’s new leader succeed?

A week after Jeremy Corbyn’s emphatic victory in Labour’s 2015 leadership competition, Professor Charles Pattie considers the prospects for the new leader and his party. 3,311 more words


Birmingham Edgelands Part 1

Some cities draw you straight in from their edges by dint of gravity or beckoning pathways – officially designated walking routes or desire roads shaped by regular footfall. 965 more words


Introducing Dr Lucy Jackson, new lecturer in human geography

‘Mad about maps and all things associated with social difference’

Post by Dr Lucy Jackson

About me: I’ve just started as a lecturer in Human Geography in the department of geography and planning, having moved from a post-doc position at the University of Sheffield. 706 more words


Dengue Update: Is Sri Lanka winning the war?

Worrying trends

Until recently  the number of reported dengue cases in Sri Lanka has been increasing at an alarming rate; this chart only goes up to 2013. 1,035 more words

Case Study

Human Geography: 7th-12th

All students received a study guide today!  They should review this thoroughly and be prepared for a quiz on Thursday September 10th.

Making Questionable Choices: Heck ya!

So I signed up for another class!

Whoohoo! What have I done?

I take 3 classes a semester, 2 in the summer term usually. Now I’ve signed up for 4 this coming semester.   363 more words


Ach Scootland laddeh

Being a geography student, it seemed right for my first post to be university related.

Though I have to wait more than a month for my first lecture of year 2, the course actually kicks off with a field trip to Scotland for a week, beginning in little more than a week. 443 more words

Field Trip