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About this Fellow


Current post

  • Emeritus Professor of Theoretical Geography, University of Cambridge

Past Appointments

  • Lecturer, Reader, Professor of Theoretical Geography, University of Cambridge, 1972
  • Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Human Resources and Professor of Theoretical Geography, University of Cambridge, University of Cambridge, 1991 - 2010


Atlas of Epidemic Britain 2012

Spatial autocorrelation 1973

Measles: an historical geography 1993

Island epidemics 2000

Other Anthropology and Geography Fellows

Professor Stephen Daniels

The history of landscape representation, design and management; the landscape arts of eighteenth century Britain; the history of geographical knowledge and imagination

Dr Alan Baker

Historical geography: the development through time and distribution in space of leisure-related voluntary associations (especially musical societies and sports clubs) in rural France during the nineteenth century

Professor Alan Barnard

Comparative ethnography of southern Africa; contemporary hunter-gatherers; the history of anthropology; the social anthropology of human origins, especially the co-evolution of language and kinship

Professor Matthew Gandy

Cultural, urban, and environmental geography, from the middle decades of the nineteenth century to the present, with particular interests in landscape, infrastructure, and bio-diversity