Join Professor Louise Crewe on a journey that connects people, places and objects together in ways that are scarcely imaginable. The fashion industry brings certain spaces, places and people into high relief, whilst masking the global inequalities, abuses of labour standards and environmental catastrophes that underpin the industry.
Tags: fashion, Geographical Association, global fashion, global fashion industry, Human Geography, Louise Crewe, School of Education, School of Geography
This lecture will introduce debates about whether imperialism was the first phase of globalisation, and how empires and the League of Nations offered different models of global governance in the 1920-30s.
Tags: empire, Geographical Association, globalisation, Historical geography, imperialism, School of Education, School of Geography, Stephen Legg
A Geographical Association (Nottingham branch) lecture, presented by Dr Richard Field, School of Geography, University of Nottingham.
Tags: biodiversity, biogeography, biological invasions, Dr Richard Field, Geographical Association, island biogeography, School of Geography
A lecture looking at current understanding of the carbon cycle in lakes and outlining the importance of linkages between land and lakes.
Tags: Arctic, carbon cycke, Centre for Environmental Geochemistry, Geochemistry, Geographical Association, Lakes and the Arctic Carbon Cycle, Professor Suzanne McGowan, School of Geography