Read here my conversation with the Pembroke College blog about my career in geography, some of the decisions I took on the way from PhD to Professor, the importance of interdisciplinary networks, the challenges facing graduate students and academics today, and the value of a geographer’s approach to climate change.
(6 March) Appointment as Head of the Department of Geography. I will be taking up this new role at King’s College London from the beginning of April. This coincides with a major new recruitment cycle of academic positions in the Department: six posts currently advertised (see below), plus three further chairs in geography to be […]
(22 December) NEW: A personal narrative of my research career, showing how my ideas about climate change have evolved since I was an undergraduate student (1978-1981) and placing my publications into this historical account.
In the interests of openness and transparency I here declare my professional sources of income and the funders of my research over recent years. I am employed by the UEA as a professor and receive a negotiable professorial salary. I also receive an annual honorarium of £5,000 from Wiley-Blackwell in recognition of my duties as Editor-in-Chief […]