Prize Winning Capstone assessment

The Bloomsbury Geographer is proud to publish one of the prize winning capstone assessments, exploring concepts from first year modules. “Just as all phenomena exist in time and thus have a history, they also exist in space and have a geography” This statement, used by the US National Research Council (1997: 28), epitomizes the idea…

Portraits of Protest

UCL students attended Black Lives Matter protests in London and Berlin. Solidarity, unrest and placards- these are snapshots of the global movement. ‘We are at a critical moment in race relations discourse in the UK and around the world. The work of Black Lives Matter and many other anti-racist organisations that has been years in…

On the geopolitical landscapes of Gordon Cheung’s latest exhibition

On the geopolitical landscapes of Gordon Cheung’s latest body of work; Tirion Jenkins reflects on the current exhibition on display at Edel Assanti, a contemporary gallery in the heart of London’s Fitzrovia. As a geography student I have of course spent a lot of time thinking about connections – the international connections of globalization, the…