Visual and sonic cultures: theory and method
This research area focuses on the visual and sonic cultures involving in creating places through telling stories about landscapes and environments. Research in this area is well regarded for its use of innovative research methods. Professor George Revill has a longstanding interest in sound, music and auditory spaces. A new research project of this research strand is titled Sounding Coastal Change.
Dr Carry van Lieshout works on the visual culture of maps and mapping, and has an interest in historical cartographies. Dr Andy Morris’ current research combines a long standing interest in visual culture and landscape with critical understandings of nature and the geographies of human-wildlife relations.
PhD or MPhil
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Minimum 2:1 (or equivalent)
Potential research projects
Applications are welcome to study any topic that resonates with the concerns of the OpenSpace Research Centre or Geography discipline more broadly.
Current/recent research projects