Society book series to be published open access with LSE Press
The Society and LSE Press have entered into a new publishing partnership, which will see LSE Press publish our book series from mid-2024 onwards, with up to four open access titles each year.
Applications open for doctoral research on the Society’s Collections
Applications are open for two PhD studentships on the Society’s Collections, as part of our Collaborative Doctoral Awards programme.
Editorial roles available at Society journal
The Society's journal, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, is seeking a new Editor and four new Editorial Board members.
New Society-published research reveals stark ethnic inequalities within neighbourhoods
Poverty and lack of opportunity do not affect ethnic groups equally in neighbourhoods in England and Wales according to new research published this week in the Society’s The Geographical Journal.
Historical Geography Research Group reaches milestone 50th year
This year marks 50 years since the Society’s Historical Geography Research Group was founded, with celebrations taking place this week alongside the group’s annual Practising Historical Geography Conference.
Theme announced for Society’s 2024 Annual Conference
We are delighted to announce the theme for the Society’s 2024 Annual International Conference and open the call for sessions, papers and posters.
Postgraduate insights webinars help geographers to thrive during their PhD and beyond
We are running a programme of free webinars for postgraduates throughout October and November offering insights into different aspects of PhD life.
British Academy funding for public engagement project on our Collections
Dr Rohini Rai from Brunel University London has been awarded pilot funding from the British Academy for an innovative public engagement research project with the Society.
Extended geographic conference season announced
Attend the IGU and AC2024 conferences consecutively in August 2024.
Apply now for our 2024 grants
Each year we support over 60 fieldwork projects with our range of field research and independent travel grants, many of which have application deadlines in the coming months.
Climate-changed migration discussions heat up AC2023
Day three of the Annual Conference is underway, with geographers continuing to examine themes such as migration through the lens of Climate changed geographies.
Discussing decarbonisation at AC2023
Our Annual Conference is in full swing, with decarbonisation among the huge range of critical topics being discussed.