Geography Workshop Productions presents 5 (not 3 due to popular demand!) x 2-day virtual scholarly retreats across the months of May, June and July to… Read More »Geography Workshop’s Virtual Scholarly Retreats 2021 #GW_VSR2021
Geography Workshop Productions was established in September 2015 as a space through which critically and creatively curious productions could be made in collaborations with other production… Read More »Geography Workshop – a revamp and re-launch
“ Spring is here … and they can’t stop you enjoying it. This is a satisfying reflection. How many a time have I stood watching… Read More »Trees of Beeston #5 Springtime – For the love of hedges and “weeds”.
It seems only fitting in a theme issue based on Boston’s global connections that the Trees of Beeston column takes space to consider how the natural… Read More »Trees Of Beeston #4: The E.U. Tree circle and Yew Green Man sculptures of Dovecote Park.
Trees of Beeston #3: The wonders of the Evergreen and the Scots Pine of Beeston Parish Churchyard (Styring Street/Chillwell Road).
For this evergreen seasonal column of Trees of Beeston, I want to celebrate those arboreal wonders that exist in our streets and gardens,… Read More »Trees of Beeston #3: The wonders of the Evergreen and the Scots Pine of Beeston Parish Churchyard (Styring Street/Chillwell Road).
Landscapes of Detectorists – Geography Workshop at the Royal Geographical Society’s annual conference
Geographers strike gold in their study of hit BBC comedy, Detectorists. Cardiff University will host the four-day Annual International Conference of the Royal Geographical Society… Read More »Landscapes of Detectorists – Geography Workshop at the Royal Geographical Society’s annual conference
Beeston Tree Heritage “A Culture is no better than its woods” W. H Auden In this heritage themed issue of Trees Of Beeston… Read More »Trees of Beeston #2 Beeston’s tree heritage and The White Lion Linden/Lime Trees.
Trees of Beeston #1 “The Truffula Trees” (Silver Birches) of King Street. By Dr Jo Norcup “I speak for the trees, for they have… Read More »Trees of Beeston #1 ‘The Truffula Trees’ of King Street.