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Political geographies: from women’s geographical work to geographies of diversity, inclusion and citizenship

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  • Date 10 Feb 2020
  • Time 6.15pm
  • Category Lecture

Political geographies: from women’s geographical work to geographies of diversity, inclusion and citizenship

Moore Building Auditorium

Professor Avril Maddrell
University of Reading

In this lecture Professor Maddrell will give an overview of women’s contributions to geographical study, including pioneering female geographers working at Bedford College. She will highlight challenges that women often faced in pursuing their careers in the discipline, the moves to a more inclusive and welcoming subject for women, as well as reflecting on the current debates around diversity within geography.

Admission free but booking is essential.

Department of Geography Centenary Gordon Manley Lecture

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