iMigMob2022: Reflections from the conference

This year we awarded two bursaries to support postgraduate and early career researchers’ attendance at the third International Conference on Migration and Mobilities (iMigMob2022).  The awardees were invited to write for this blog providing their own insights and commentary on the conference and reflecting on the over-arching themes. Our second bursary awardee was Filip Nemecek, … More iMigMob2022: Reflections from the conference

iMigMob 2022 – Reflections on Migration, Mobilities and Crises

This year we awarded two bursaries to support postgraduate and early career researchers’ attendance at the third International Conference on Migration and Mobilities (iMigMob2022).  The awardees were invited to write for this blog providing their own insights and commentary on the conference, and reflecting on the over-arching themes. Our first bursary awardee was Julie Fromentin, … More iMigMob 2022 – Reflections on Migration, Mobilities and Crises

Second Joanna Stillwell Dissertation Prize Winner

Each year we offer the Joanna Stillwell Prize recognising an outstanding undergraduate dissertation project in the field of population geographies. This year we received 11 fantastic dissertations which demonstrated how undergraduates are pushing new boundaries in the field and showcased excellent work using a variety of research methods. Recognising this we shared the Prize between … More Second Joanna Stillwell Dissertation Prize Winner

Joanna Stillwell Dissertation Prize Winner

Each year we offer the Joanna Stillwell Prize recognising an outstanding undergraduate dissertation project in the field of population geographies. This year we received 11 fantastic dissertations which demonstrated how undergraduates are pushing new boundaries in the field and showcased excellent work using a variety of research methods. Recognising this we shared the Prize between … More Joanna Stillwell Dissertation Prize Winner

Population Geography at the RGS-IBG Annual Conference 2022

The research group are pleased to have been able to sponsor a number of sessions at this year’s RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, which is being hosted by the University of Newcastle. The research group are sponsoring five sessions and have organised a special session to celebrate the contribution of Tony Champion to population geography. Details … More Population Geography at the RGS-IBG Annual Conference 2022

Population Geography at the RGS-IBG Annual Conference 2022

The research group are pleased to have been able to sponsor a number of sessions at this year’s RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, which is being hosted by the University of Newcastle. The research group are sponsoring five sessions and have organised a special session to celebrate the contribution of Tony Champion to population geography. Details … More Population Geography at the RGS-IBG Annual Conference 2022

50 years of a Research Group: What is population geography?

Sophie Cranston and David McCollum Approximately 50 years ago, a group of academics identifying themselves as population geographers officially formed a study group as part of the Institute of British Geographers (IBG). This was one of the first study groups to be formed, and now constitutes one of 32 ‘research or working groups’ of the … More 50 years of a Research Group: What is population geography?

Celebrating 50 years of PopGRG

The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Population Geography Research Group invite you to take part in the webinar to Celebrate 50 years of PopGRG Wednesday 3rd November 2021, 12-14.00 GMT (Zoom) The event is open to all and free to attend. To register visit: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUpfumgrD0oH9Re-71EP2N9hTK_zqcKGIut This event forms part of the PopGRG 50th Anniversary Festival. … More Celebrating 50 years of PopGRG