Royal Holloway partners with the Royal College of Music (RCM) Museum for a new exhibition Music, Migration & Mobility – The Story of Émigré Musicians from Nazi-Europe in Britain.
This studentship, now in its second year, will be awarded to a strong, qualified applicant from a BGM (black and global majority) background.
The Plant Humanities Report is an interdisciplinary research project commissioned by AHRC under its ‘Where Next?’ scheme and will shape future research, teaching, and outreach.
David Simon, Professor of Development Geography is Lead Author for an influential policy briefing prepared for the latest G20 leaders’ summit.
An Oral History of the Environmental Movement in the UK: 1970 – 2020
The National Student Survey (NSS) 2022 results confirm once again the outstanding level of satisfaction with teaching and overall experience among students in the Department of Geography
David Simon participated in TRTWorld’s Roundtable international panel discussion, broadcast on 15th August.
It is with enormous sadness that the death of Dr Daniele Colombaroli was announced, on Thursday 11th August, after a sudden illness.
Dr Celia Puertas awarded a Future Leaders Fellowship by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), as part of the next generation of research leaders tackling global issues and commercialise innovations
An interdisciplinary team lead by the Department of Geography at Royal Holloway has received a silver Geographical Association Publishers Award 2022 for the Antarctic StoryMap Collection
Geography at Royal Holloway has once again been recognised as one of the world’s leading research centres in Geography according to the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021 results
The podcast for the BBC's daily Newscast examines the alarming significance of heatwave temperatures recorded at both the North and South pole.