Is Geography coming out of the closet? Why queer geography matters.

Adapted from his brilliant first-year essay, praised heavily by the Geography department, Brendon Koh discusses the value of thinking geographically about the queer community. ‘Queer’ is inherently a term that is contested and often reconstituted (Watson 2005). For the sake of providing a working definition for this discussion, I will interpret ‘queer’ as a catch-all…

One Big COP Out: A Postcolonial Critique of COP26

Robyn Moffat explores the contradictory nature of COP26 and stresses the need for a postcolonial approach to climate activism. “To make a real change, we need a seat at the table” were the impassioned words of activist Catalina Santelices Brunel, representing Latinas for Climate, at COP26 this year. In theory, the United Nation’s Coalition of…

London Through the Looking Glass- Works

Editor-in-Chief Tomi Haffety connects a Philip Glass concert to the diversity of experience in London. Sitting in the Barbican theatre listening to the second of the six movements that comprise Philip Glass’ most accessible work, ‘Glassworks’, I experienced something of a renewed appreciation for my life in London and decided that I had to find…