Cultural Geography is one of the most dynamic and significant sub-disciplines in contemporary geography, with significant influence on wider developments in the social sciences and humanities. Cultural Geography's key focus on the interconnections between place, landscape, environment and identity has profound relevance for the world of today. The MA in Cultural Geography (Research) at Royal Holloway is a world-leading course in the field, drawing particularly upon the research of the department's outstanding Social and Cultural Geography Group.
This course includes cutting-edge conceptual teaching in themes such as theories of place and space, postcolonial geographies, landscape, critical geopolitics, geographies of consumption, and the geographies of embodiment, practice and performance. This is combined with thorough research training, for which the course is formally recognised by the British research councils.
How to apply
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