The Society is delighted to announce the speakers for the Geographical journeys: microlectures event this March – a night of inspirational tales of adventure and discovery from the next generation of travellers.
Join us on Wednesday 22 March for an evening packed with illustrated short talks on adventure and discovery to entertain and inspire, hosted by anthropologist and broadcaster Mary-Ann Ochota FRGS and organised by the RGS-IBG Younger Members’ Committee.
This is your chance to see the next generation of travellers share their stories of a recent journey with a geographical purpose. Each talk will be unique and provide the chance to learn something new about the world.
The evening’s microlectures are:
Tickets in advance (book by 21 March): £12; RGS-IBG members £9; group of 10 tickets £90.
Tickets on the day: £15; RGS-IBG members £12.
Find out more
Kate explores the RGS-IBG’s digital library to identify the African women in the expeditions of David Livingstone.
14 December 2020
In her last lecture as Director, Rita draws on her physical geography background and experience of leading the Society to explore the place of the discipline in a rapidly changing world at home and abroad.
26 March 2018
No Man’s Land expedition to travel 6,000 miles through 19 countries exploring the origins and development of No Man’s Lands and uncovering their impacts on modern day society.
8 July 2015
Our response to this OfS consultation expresses concern about proposed approaches to assessing student outcomes, in particular the use of graduate earnings.
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