A friendly and healthy environment
in which to learn and find yourself
Rachel, 3rd Year
Dr Michael Sayers
MA, DPhil (Sussex)
Former Director of the University Computing Service
Historical geography may be defined most simply as the study of the geography of places in the past. While it would appear to be relatively easy to differentiate between the ‘past’ and the ‘present’, there is room for some debate about when the ‘present’ ends and the ‘past’ begins.
Alex Jeffrey, a Lecturer in Human Geography, discusses his research into conflict, state-building and the possibilities for justice in a divided world.
Catherine Pickstock writes about her approach to Philosophical Theology, her academic career and her published work.