If you share my research interests, please get in touch with me.
I'm always excited to hear from people interested in working at the intersection of geography and the arts and humanities, especially around themes of environmental change, including - but not limited to - the underground.
There are chances to apply for artist commissions, PhD studentships and post-doctoral research positions between 2020 and 2025, as part of THINK DEEP. The project website will be available soon, with further information.
I also serve as the Deputy Director of the Technē AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership which awards 60 doctoral studentships per year, across nine academic institutions in London and the South East of England, in partnership with organisations such as Historic Royal Palaces, the Institute of Contemporary Arts, the National Theatre and the Victoria & Albert Museum. Find out about the application process.
Find out about the Centre for GeoHumanities at Royal Holloway, University of London.
For information about the Department of Geography at Royal Holloway, University of London. Also visit, Landscape Surgery.
For further perspectives on the GeoHumanities, please visit the GeoHumanities Forum.
Find out about my latest monograph, Geography, Art, Research: Artistic Research in the GeoHumanities published by Routledge.
Work by Flora Parrott, practice-based GeoHumanities PhD candidate - an installation exploring caves, epistemologies and the unknown.