40 Years of HPGRG – Looking back and looking forward

A one-day symposium of the
History and Philosophy of Geography Research Group (HPGRG)
of the Royal Geographical Society with the Institute of British Geographers (RGS-IBG)

Tuesday, 7 September 2021 on Microsoft Teams

10:00

WELCOME ADDRESS
BY THE HPGRG CHAIR

Heike Jöns (Loughborough University)
Abstract | Video

10:30

REFLECTIONS I: BIOGRAPHIES

Richard T Harrison (University of Edinburgh)
Abstract | Video

Hugh Clout (University College London)
Abstract | Video

Elizabeth Baigent (University of Oxford)
Abstract | Video

Emily Hayes (Oxford Brookes University)
Abstract | Video

Mette Bruinsma (Utrecht University)
Abstract | Video

12:00

Coffee break

12:15

HOW GEOGRAPHIC THOUGHT HAPPENS

Tim Cresswell (University of Edinburgh)
Abstract | Video

13:30

Lunch break with optional interactive discussions and socialising

14:00

REFLECTIONS II: PHILOSOPHIES

Patricia Daley (University of Oxford)
Abstract | Video

Marcus Doel (University of Swansea)
Abstract | Video

Beth Greenhough (University of Oxford)
Abstract | Video

Julian Brigstocke (Cardiff University)
Abstract | Video

Michiel Van Meeteren (Loughborough University)
Abstract | Video

15:30

Coffee break

15:45

REFLECTIONS III: IMPACTS

George Tobin (University of Glasgow), Hayden Lorimer (University of Edinburgh), Simon Naylor (University of Glasgow)
Abstract | Video

Mark Boyle (University of Liverpool)
Abstract | Video

Pauline Couper (York St John’s University)
Abstract | Video

Federico Ferretti (University of Bologna)
Abstract | Video

Innes M Keighren (Royal Holloway, University of London)
Abstract | Video

17:15

FAVOURITE BOOKS &
FINAL DISCUSSION

18:00

Close of the HPGRG anniversary symposium

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