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London Group of Historical Geographers Seminar

Since 1989, the London Group of Historical Geographers has organised fortnightly themed seminars that are interdisciplinary in focus. The Group brings together scholars and practitioners from across the arts, humanities, and social sciences to examine geographical themes across a range of historical periods.

Venue
Wolfson NB01, IHR.
Time
Tuesday 17:15
Convenors
Ruth Craggs (King’s College London), Felix Driver (Royal Holloway, London), Innes Keighren (Royal Holloway University of London), Miles Ogborn (Queen Mary University of London).

About the seminar

The London Group of Historical Geographers was originally established in 1981. Since 1989 it has organised fortnightly themed seminars across three terms of the academic year. The seminar’s themes have ranged across empire and decolonisation, oceanography and topography, indigeneity and identity, and archives and collections.

Keep up to date with the latest information from the seminar by visiting the London Group of Historical Geographers website.

Image: Londini Angliae regni metropolis delineatio accuratissima, by  F. de Witt (c. 1693).  Universiteitsbibliotheek Vrije Universiteit, LL.05908gk: 138/od/1693

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