HPGRG Dissertation Prize winners 2012 and 2013

The HPGRG committee are pleased to announce the winners of the annual dissertation prize. Due to various issues, we are announcing both the 2012 and 2013 prizes.

In 2012 we awarded two first prizes:

Emily Foulger (University of Nottingham) “A Woman’s Eye: Isabella Bird Bishop’s travels in the RGS-IBG archives”

Matthew Jones (University of Oxford) “Ordering mysteries? An historical geography of the Routledge expedition to Easter Island, 1913-16”

In 2013 we awarded one first prize:

Emily Nash (Queen Mary, University of London) “‘On the Wild Side’ The Geography Collective, public geographies and exploration”

Congratulations to all of the winners.

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One thought on “HPGRG Dissertation Prize winners 2012 and 2013”

  1. Congratulations to all. Will the dissertations be available online, would really love to read 2013 winner ‘on the wild side’

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