There was a supercontinent called Pangea

Tomi Haffety reviews Lewis Dartnell’s 2019 book ‘Origins’ and argues that now is a better time than ever to appreciate the human connections to nature. Reading Origins, I struggled to comprehend the age of our planet. At 4.5 billion years old, Earth has accommodated climactic changes, continental drift and mass migration of both humans and…

Great Expectations 2.0

In Great Expectations 2.0, Inez Bartram Vilar reflects upon the first ever article published in The Bloomsbury Geographer. This retrospective response seeks to re-evaluate the initial aims of the Bloomsbury Geography and prospects for the future of the geographical discipline, outlined in an article by Paul Wheatley in 1968. Delving deep into archive – which…