In this talk, Catherine will share her research on animals in the Royal Geographical Society’s archives to explore how geography has always been more than just a human endeavour. Through stories of work, companionship, conflict, and discovery, animals are rethought as important geographical actors.
Featured image: Penguin advertisement for Lyle's syrup by Herbert Ponting, 1911
[In-person] Visit to the richest site in Britain for faunal remains from the end of the Pleistocene.
24 July 2022
This festive season, we asked Society Director, Professor Joe Smith, about what books he’ll be reading over the winter break.
22 December 2020
Discover the range of careers and jobs available if you choose geography
The White Island volcano erupted on Monday 9 December 30 miles off the coast of New Zealand when 47 tourists were visiting for ‘volcano tourism’
Reflect upon your career goals and start or continue your career planning
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