As we are a large Department, our research has a flexible structure that evolves in relation to changing directions in the discipline.
In the Department we have a number of research clusters in which our particular research interests are explored in greater depth. They also have to be cross-disciplinary, recognising that many of the most challenging geographical issues are ones that cannot be resolved from any one substantive or methodological standpoint.
- Culture-Economy-Life (CEL)
- Geographies of Health and Wellbeing (GoHWell)
- Politics - State - Space (PSS)
- Urban Worlds
In addition to the research interests listed on the individual Human Geography Research Cluster webpages above, further information on possible areas for postgraduate research can be found in the Human Geography section.