Many of us have read and enjoyed popular literature, without giving a second thought to issues of authorship. Using the historical drama of Sir Ernest Shackleton’s Endurance voyage and subsequent publications, Art Gertel will juxtapose authorship criteria between popular and scientific/medical literature.
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Dr Ann Le Mare is a Lecturer in the Department of Geography at Durham University
[Online] Join our Chartered Geographer coffee morning to meet and network with other Chartered Geographers.
7 November 2023
The Society and Association for Geographic Information (AGI) are running a series of joint webinars which bring together geospatial practitioners to explore key issues in putting location data ethics into practice.
1 July 2021
The Society is delighted to be a partner of the Creative approaches to race and (in)security in the Caribbean and the UK (CARICUK) research project, which aims to transform discussions about race and anti-racism in UK higher education institutions.
26 March 2021
Shepherd and bestselling author James speaks about farming life in the Lake District fells, why historic farmed landscapes matter and are loved by people, and how they might survive in the future.
14 December 2015
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