Collaborative Geographies: doctoral studentships and research collaboration

Morris dancers - working as a team - superb.

Morris dancers – working as a team – superb.

The Historical Geography Research Group of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) – of which I have recently been appointed ‘dissertation prize coordinator’ – have commissioned a monograph on ‘Collaborative Geographies’. I am a co-editor alongside Dr Ruth Craggs and Dr Innes Keighren. We have invited papers from doctoral candidates, supervisors and non-academic partner organisations in order to showcase and explore the highs, lows, benefits and opportunities arising from the collaborative doctoral award. Watch this space for further information.

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