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Social and Cultural Geography

One of the largest groups of its kind, the Social and Cultural Geography Research Group is at the cutting-edge of international theoretical, empirical and impact agendas.

Our research engages with feminist, postcolonial, post-structuralist and 'more-than-representational' theory.

Such critical thinking is undertaken with reference to a diverse range of empirical topics such as breastfeeding, homelessness, drugs and alcohol, cycling, food banks, religion, surfing, fashion, music and dance, animal-human interactions, community gardens and allotments.

Funded through organisations including the Arts and Humanities Research Council, the Economic and Social Research Council and the European Union and underpinned by ethnographic, innovative and participatory methods we undertake research in case study locations around the world.

Group lead

Professor Gary Bridge

Professor Gary Bridge

Professor of Human Geography

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