PhD studentships at Queen Mary University of London (Human Geography)

2011-11-25 Thread Al James
of Geography. Further details on each Studentship, and on Eligibility, Deadlines and How to Apply are available on the School’s website: Hoping very much that this may of interest to some of your students. -- Dr Al James Queen

RGS-IBG 2012 CFP: Expanding the economic geography-development geography 'trading zone'

2012-01-19 Thread Al James
** Apologies for cross-postings ** RGS-IBG Conference 2012, Edinburgh 3-5 July 2012 Expanding the Economic Geography – Development Geography ‘Trading Zone’ Session convenors: Al James (QMUL), Kavita Datta (QMUL), Jane Pollard (Newcastle University), Bhaskar Vira (Cambridge University

New EGRG website launched

2014-02-13 Thread Al James
for over 10 years by Graham Bowden at the University of Manchester), as part of the RGS's concern to bring all of the research group websites in-house. Please update your bookmarks, and any URL links on sites you maintain. Cheers, Al -- Dr Al James Reader in Economic Geography Queen Mary

Masters Scholarships in Economic / Development Geography, Queen Mary University of London

2015-03-11 Thread Al James
theme (Kavita Datta, Al James, Cathy McIlwaine, Adrian Smith, Philippa Williams and Jane Wills). Funding: Global Development Futures has been included in the Santander Masters Scholarships scheme for 2015 with an award of £3,000 available. The School of Geography is also offering two GDF

2 yr PostDoc at Newcastle (Re-imagining Economies)

2016-10-21 Thread Al James
ries of reading groups, research seminars, roundtable workshops with key economic and civil society actors, and writing 'hackathons'. They will work closely with the PI (Al James) and Co-I team (Stuart Dawley, Alex Hughes, Helen Jarvis, Danny MacKinnon, Andy Pike, Jane Pollard, Gareth Powells, Al

CFP GCEG Cologne 2018: Digital Labour Geographies, ‘Sharing’ Economy Work Futures

2017-10-19 Thread Al James
Fifth Global Conference on Economic Geography (GCEG2018), July 24-28 2018, Cologne Session: Digital Labour Geographies, ‘Sharing’ Economy Work Futures Organisers: Al James, School of Geography, Politics and Sociology, Newcastle University UK, Hannelore Roos, Faculty

EGRG website - new URL

2019-06-21 Thread Al James
Economic Geography Research Group (RGS-IBG) The EGRG website has now moved to:

1 yr PostDoc in Economic Geography, Newcastle

2019-05-15 Thread Al James
461sdata=45o82ojbhroeK5Sd87Net4py59ywQzmO0fpwxRRdvjc%3Dreserved=0 The post is full-time for one year, beginning in September 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter. For informal enquiries regarding the post please contact Al James (tel: +44 (0)191 208 6346; email: ). N

CfP RGS-IBG 2020: Digital Labour Geographies, Gig Work Futures

2019-12-19 Thread Al James
 Call for Papers RGS-IBG Annual Conference, 1-4 September 2020, London Digital Labour Geographies, Gig Work Futures – Extending the Conversation Session organisers: Al James*, Karin Schwiter** & Christian Berndt**, *Newcastle University & **University of Zurich This session explores the

5 year research fellowships at Newcastle University - APPLY!

2020-01-15 Thread Al James
Newcastle University Academic Track (NUAcT) Fellowships - 2020 call Calling all postdoctoral and early-career researchers in Economic Geography - Newcastle University just announced its 2020 round of NUAcT Fellowships. These offer 5 years of ring-fenced research time with a healthy research