On the 16th June at the Royal Geographical Society we launched the Royal Holloway Centre for the GeoHumanities.
I will leave you to go to the Centre website and the GeoHumanities Forum (our blog) to read about the Centre’s key ambitions, aims and the events programme.
In short, the Centre is an interdisciplinary initiative that supports work at the intersection of geographical and arts and humanities scholarship and practice. Our activity falls into five key areas; Environmental GeoHumanities; Spatial GeoHumanities; Creative GeoHumanities; Digital GeoHumanities; Public GeoHumanities. You can find out more about them either on the website or through the mappazine, you can also follow us on @RHGeoHumanities or contact us on email@example.com.