PhD projects

Human Geography PhD Projects offered for 2014 entry

Please apply using the link 'Apply - On-line' next to the project you are interested in. The link will take you to the University's online application system (EUCLID) at the page: 'Course and degree finder'. There is information on the research area your chosen project is part of. On this page, go to the 'Apply for this degree' box on the right hand side and under PhD (Full-time), select September 2014 (or your intended month of start) from the drop-down box before clicking 'Apply'.


Project Title linked to further information
List of Supervisors with some links to Supervisor Information
Status & Funding Apply
**FULLY FUNDED** A natural experimental approach to human vulnerability, resilience and adaptation in historic Greenland
Andy Dugmore (UoE), Richard Essery (UoE), Mark Rounsevell (UoE), Jette Arneborg (National Museum of Denmark) and Felix Riede (Department of Culture and Society)
Available On-Line
**FULLY FUNDED** Automated Map Content Selection for Multi Modal Travel
Dr William Mackaness
Available On-Line
Caring for the future through ancestral time: Faith-based activism and climate change
Dr E Bomberg, Dr F Ginn
Available Apply to partner
Aesthetics and Nonhuman Animals
Dr Emily Brady
Available On-Line
Understanding Aesthetic Value of Environments
Dr Emily Brady
Available On-Line
Environmental, Land and Ecological Art
Dr Emily Brady
Available On-Line
A natural experimental approach to human vulnerability, resilience and adaptation in historic Greenland
Andy Dugmore (UoE), Richard Essery (UoE), Mark Rounsevell (UoE), Jette Arneborg (National Museum of Denmark) and Felix Riede (Department of Culture and Society)
Available On-Line
Ethnomethodological Studies of social practices
Dr Eric Laurier
Available On-Line
Modernity and the machine: a cultural and historical geography of the tractor in Scotland
Dr Fraser MacDonald
Available On-Line
The Scottish Rocketeers: utopian technologies and cultures of civilian invention
Dr Fraser MacDonald
Available On-Line
Environmental (in)justice and health inequalities
Dr Jamie Pearce
Available On-Line
Urban regeneration and health inequalities: a case study in Edinburgh.
Dr Jamie Pearce
Available On-Line
Nationalism and Global Financial Crisis
Dr Jan Penrose
Available On-Line
Everyday spaces of the multicultural
Dr Dan Swanton and Dr Eric Laurier
Available On-Line
Multicultural futures: living with difference
Dr Dan Swanton
Available On-Line
Wastescapes
Dr Dan Swanton
Available On-Line
Geographies of race and racism
Dr Dan Swanton and Dr Jan Penrose
Available On-Line
Historical geographies of the book: Narratives of exploration and travel writing
Prof Charles Withers
Available On-Line
An historical geography of the first and second Anglo-Afghan wars (1838-1842, 1878-1880)
Prof Charles Withers
Available On-Line

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