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Department of Geography

 

Seminars

Seminars

Political Ecology Group meetings
Meetings of the Political Ecology Group.
Magic Circle seminar group
The Magic Circle seminar group is a long-running group for the informal discussion of research in progress on ritual, symbolism and the anthropology of religion worldwide, and its interface with theology, psychology and related disciplines. Participants and speakers include graduate students, senior scholars, and practitioners of religion and psychology.
Circumpolar History and Public Policy Research Seminars
These are seminars for the Circumpolar History and Public Policy group at the Scott Polar Research Institute.

Forthcoming seminars

Seminars within the Natures, Cultures, Knowledges research group of the Department of Geography.

View the archive of previous seminars.

# Tuesday 8th October 2019, 1.00pm - Speaker to be confirmed
Title to be confirmed
Venue: Hardy Building 101 (first floor), Downing Site, Cambridge

Abstract not available

# Tuesday 15th October 2019, 1.00pm - Speaker to be confirmed
Title to be confirmed
Venue: Hardy Building 101 (first floor), Downing Site, Cambridge

Abstract not available

# Tuesday 22nd October 2019, 1.00pm - Maan Barua, Department of Geography, University of Cambridge
Affective economies and the atmospheric politics of lively capital
Venue: Hardy Building 101 (first floor), Downing Site, Cambridge

Abstract not available

# Tuesday 29th October 2019, 1.00pm - Speaker to be confirmed
Title to be confirmed
Venue: Hardy Building 101 (first floor), Downing Site, Cambridge

Abstract not available

# Tuesday 29th October 2019, 4.30pm - Vanessa Heggie (University of Birmingham)
Meat to Mittens: a short history of survival science and extreme physiology in the Arctic and Antarctic regions
Venue: Scott Polar Research Institute, Lecture Theatre

Abstract not available

# Tuesday 5th November 2019, 1.00pm - Speaker to be confirmed
Title to be confirmed
Venue: Hardy Building 101 (first floor), Downing Site, Cambridge

Abstract not available

# Tuesday 12th November 2019, 1.00pm - Speaker to be confirmed
Title to be confirmed
Venue: Hardy Building 101 (first floor), Downing Site, Cambridge

Abstract not available

# Tuesday 19th November 2019, 1.00pm - Speaker to be confirmed
Title to be confirmed
Venue: Hardy Building 101 (first floor), Downing Site, Cambridge

Abstract not available

# Tuesday 19th November 2019, 4.30pm - Ingrid Medby (Oxford Brookes University)
From Arctic statehood to self: State personnel’s articulations of Arctic identity in Norway, Iceland, and Canada
Venue: Scott Polar Research Institute, Lecture Theatre

Abstract not available

# Tuesday 26th November 2019, 1.00pm - Speaker to be confirmed
Title to be confirmed
Venue: Hardy Building 101 (first floor), Downing Site, Cambridge

Abstract not available

# Tuesday 3rd December 2019, 1.00pm - Speaker to be confirmed
Title to be confirmed
Venue: Hardy Building 101 (first floor), Downing Site, Cambridge

Abstract not available

# Tuesday 10th December 2019, 1.00pm - Speaker to be confirmed
Title to be confirmed
Venue: Hardy Building 101 (first floor), Downing Site, Cambridge

Abstract not available

# Tuesday 28th January 2020, 4.30pm - Morgan Seag (University of Cambridge)
#AntarcticWomenToo? Making and remaking 20th century Antarctic history
Venue: Scott Polar Research Institute, Lecture Theatre

Abstract not available

# Tuesday 11th February 2020, 4.30pm - Sofia Gavrilova (University of Oxford)
Constructing the Other: representations of Arctic native communities in Russian regional museums
Venue: Scott Polar Research Institute, Lecture Theatre

Abstract not available

# Tuesday 3rd March 2020, 4.30pm - Max Jones (University of Manchester)
Fridtjof Nansen’s FRAM expedition and the Making of a Transnational Hero
Venue: Scott Polar Research Institute, Lecture Theatre

Abstract not available

# Tuesday 12th May 2020, 4.30pm - Olga Ulturgasheva (University of Manchester) and Barbara Bodenhorn (University of Cambridge)
Envisioning Arctic Futures: Digital and Otherwise
Venue: Scott Polar Research Institute, Lecture Theatre

Abstract not available