We have a fantastic seminar series for this coming year. For the first time the series will run over the full academic year. Highlights include Niamh Shortt, Cathy Delaney, Philip Steinberg, and Stuart Elden. You can find details of all the seminars on our events page or below for the list of speakers, :
If you require further information about the Geography Seminar Series, please contact Dr. Alistair Fraser

Semester Two, 2016-17 seminars:
Feb 16. Philip Steinberg, Professor in the Department of Geography, Durham University. Talk title: “Mapping Ice: Ontological Stability and Geophysical Dynamism in the Northern Nomosphere.”
Feb 23. Rezvan Moghaddam, Scholar at risk and lecturer in Sociology and Gender Studies, Maynooth University. Talk title: “Overview of the women’s movement in Iran and experience as a scholar at risk.”
Mar 9. Rory Hearne, TASC and Maynooth University and the Irish Housing Network. Talk title: “A Housing Crisis Without End? Insights from Policy and Direct Action.” 
Mar 23. Stuart Elden, Professor of Political Theory and Geography, Warwick University. Talk title: “Terrain.”
Mar 30. Patrick Belmont, Associate Professor in the Department of Watershed Sciences, Utah State University. Talk title: “Amplification and Damping of Water, Sediment and Nutrient Fluxes in Intensively Managed Landscapes.”
Apr 6. Martin Charlton, Senior Research Associate, National Centre for Geocomputation, Maynooth University. Talk title: “Gehlke and Biehl Revisited.”
Apr 27. Claire Mercer, Associate Professor of Human Geography, Department of Geography and Environment, London School of Economics. Talk title: “Bringing the rural back in: postcolonial suburbs in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.”
All seminars will be held in the Rocque Lab at 4pm.