Brycgstowe editor Louie Bell reviews Professor Jemma Wadham’s new memoir: ‘Ice Rivers’.
In the third installment of our ‘Alumni Stories’ series, Clodagh Chapman advises on using a Geography degree to forge a career in the creative industry.
By Louie Bell, Third Year Geography As I put the finishing touches to my dissertation in the last few weeks, I went back and read the first essay I wrote after arriving at Bristol, the infamous ‘Mayhew essay’ that challenges first-years to examine the trajectory of the discipline and consider the implications for present andContinue reading “Geography in lockdown: A perspective”
Bristol Geography alumnus Paul Mundy provides some key advice for those interested in a career in international development
Brycgstowe editors Louie Bell and Ellen O’Donnell review Leslie Kern’s book ‘Feminist City: Claiming Space in a Man-made World’.