Anthropology Development Anthropology Ethnosciences Human Ecology and Environment Social & Cultural Anthropology, Other Branches
About this Fellow
The history of landscape representation, design and management; the landscape arts of eighteenth century Britain; the history of geographical knowledge and imagination
- Professor of Cultural Geography, University of Nottingham
- Professor of Cultural Geography, University of Nottingham, 1970
Geography Scotland History of Geography Cultural Geography
Transformations in contemporary society/space relations; urban and regional development; re-imagining the economy; new forms of politics and citizenship; the idea of Europe; race and multiculturalism
Human evolution: the evolutionary ecology of extinct hominins; the evolution of human behaviour and culture; prehistory and archaeology of early human populations; evolutionary theory in archaeology and anthropology.