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…

2020 End-of-Year Review: Hindsight is Not Always 20/20

Building on the 2020 Mid-Review, Nathan Yang takes a look back at the second half of 2020 and raps up a strange year that has given an abundance of events, stories, and change around the world. How will societies, governments, and individuals evolve in 2021 in the midst of a seemingly endless pandemic overshadowing plans…

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…