Hello, I’m Richard, one of the tutors in Geography at Keble. Thanks for looking at our website! We hope you find useful information here, but if you don’t, please do feel free to get in touch email@example.com
I teach mainly physical geography and my research is in climate science. My undergraduate university was in Durban. I worked at the UK Meteorological Office before coming to Oxford and, before that, at the University of Cape Town. For more information on my research work you can visit my homepage.
Hi, I’m Beth, also one of the tutors in Geography at Keble. I joined Oxford in September 2014, having previously lectured in Geography at Queen Mary, University of London. I teach human and environmental geography here at Keble (and at the School of Geography and the Environment), reflecting my wider research interests in health and disease, medical research (and its impacts) and human-environment relations. For more information on my research work you can visit my homepage. I always welcome queries from interested students, so if you have any questions feel free to get it touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Joe GerlachHi, I’m Joe, one of the tutors in Human Geography at Keble. Having done my undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Oxford, I now have the pleasure of teaching at Keble alongside doing research at the nearby School of Geography and the Environment. My research interests lie across social, political and cultural geography; for example, recently I’ve been investigating how modern-day forms of map-making are transforming the way we might understand and move in space. You can read a little more about my work on my departmental webpage. If you want to find out more about Geography at Keble and in Oxford more widely, feel free to get in touch at: email@example.com
Welcome to our website. I am also a Human Geography tutor here at Keble, with academic research training in social science as well as geography. My interests have led me to explore political geographies of my Guernsey homeland, and social geographies of mobility, migration (of British people to France) and the European Union (EU). Most recently I have been investigating the economic impacts on cities of light rail systems. In my tutorials you will have the opportunity to reflect upon the world and to consider new ways of knowing it, and I shall also be on hand to advise and support your own research projects in preparation for the Final Honours School.
In addition to tutoring and research, I am a news editor for Geography Directions, a website that links recent journal articles with topical news items. It is a useful site for identifying case studies, and remaining informed of the latest geographical research. If you have a particular issue that you would like me to raise in an article, please let me know: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi I’m Sam. I teach on the Environmental Geography course here at Keble. I’m currently studying for a PhD in energy policy, looking primarily at how policy can help to cut greenhouse gas emissions resulting from the business practices of millions of Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs) in the UK. Prior to this I worked as a sustainability consultant, on EU grant programmes and for large UK businesses like Waitrose and Tesco. And before that, I was a geography undergraduate student at Keble!
You can find out more about what I think about climate and energy policy on my blog, at www.samuelhampton.co.uk or on Twitter at @samhampton.
Please also feel free to get in touch with any questions about the Environmental Geography course, or if you’re considering sustainability as a career.
In 2015, James took up a new role as the SoGE Course Director of the Nature, Society and Environmental Governance Masters. We wish him the very best and hope he’ll pop in to say hello from time to time.
Hello, I’m one of the Physical Geography tutors here at Keble. I’m currently studying for a PhD, looking at the interactions between vegetation and wind in semi-arid deserts. Prior to this I was an undergraduate at Oxford and did a Masters in Polar Studies at the University of Cambridge. You can read more about my research here, or if you have any specific questions it would be great to hear from you: email@example.com.