On 14 July 2020, 5pm, Scott Rodgers will be chairing a webinar on Digital Extremism and the City with Bharath Ganesh and Robert Topinka, who will discuss the digitalised tropes, affects and infrastructures of the far right in, through and in relation to the city. This is part of a new ‘Urban Intersections’ series that I am organising with Mara Nogueira and Scott Rodgers. … Continue reading Urban Intersections webinar: digital extremism and the city – 14 July 2020, 5pm
UBEL funding is now open: https://ubel-dtp.ac.uk/eligibility/pathways/human-geography. A few notes for applicants: Check eligibility: "ESRC studentships are open to all UK applicants. Applicants are also eligible for a studentship if they have been an ordinary resident in the UK for three years prior to the start of the studentship grant. For instance, if the applicant applies … Continue reading UBEL Scholarships 2020 – Human Geography
Application Deadline: Tue 30 April 2019 (previously deadline extended), full info on the LSHTM website. Project Title: Impact of changes in the food environment on food and drink purchasing using large-scale secondary data Supervisory Team Principal Supervisor: Professor Steve Cummins (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine) Co-Supervisor: Dr Laura Cornelsen (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine) Co-Supervisor: Dr Andrea Ballatore (Birkbeck, … Continue reading PhD Studentship at LSHTM/Birkbeck on health geography/data science
Applications for PhD Studentships at Birkbeck and University College London are now open via UBEL (+3 &1+3) – with a January deadline. We support applications in the Geospatial Analysis / Geographic Information Science streams (under Human Geography, see https://ubel-dtp.ac.uk/eligibility/pathways/human-geography), and we can co-supervise PhD programmes with colleagues at UCL. If you are interested in applying … Continue reading PhD opportunities at Birkbeck / University College London in GIScience/Spatial Data Science
This blog has the purpose of collecting news, tutorials, and short pieces that cannot easily fit academic outlets such as journal articles and conference proceedings. The blog form has the advantage of being less transient than social media posts, as well as being more searchable through search engines. The subjects I am interested in are … Continue reading Why this blog?