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Geography Directions is a blog run by the Society and Wiley. It publishes posts written by authors who publish with our scholarly publications and a team of postgraduate News Editors. The main aim of the blog is help demonstrate the wider relevance of geographical research by making connections between published research and contemporary news topics.
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Recent posts include:
Exploring a relational approach to water management by Liz Charpleix, University of New England, Australia.
Exploring London's New Brewing Geography by Sam Page and Adam Dennett, University College London.
Decolonising Geography Knowledges in Settler States by Jillian Smith, University of Birmingham.
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