Summary

Research in Human Geography at Keele is clustered around two broad themes:

1. Social Geography

Research focuses on issues concerned with population and social demography, international migration and super-diversity, rural and urban planning, GIS and its application, social justice and development, health geographies and inequalities and family mobility.

2. Cultural Geography

Research focuses on cultural economies and creative geographies (including curating development and community art and plastic waste), literary geographies, cross-cultural world literature and representations of space and place, post-colonial lifeworlds, animal geographies (animal welfare and pet theft) and nature-society relations.