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Bob Woods Prize 2013

By Adam Dennett - Last updated: Wednesday, January 30, 2013 - Save & Share - Leave a Comment

The RGS-IBG Population Geography Research Group (PGRG) “Bob Woods Taught Postgraduate Dissertation (Masters) Prize” 2013.

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The prize is named in honour of Professor Bob Woods, who passed away in 2011. Bob was an esteemed population geographer, with interests across the sub-discipline. He made an invaluable contribution to population geography for many decades. For those of you who didn’t know him, a biographical memoir, chronicling Bob’s life and work has been written for the British Academy by Phil Rees.

 

The 2013 prize is open to any taught postgraduate (Masters) dissertation with a population geography focus and the winner of the award receives £100.

 

Please send copies of nominated Population Geography dissertations (one per institution) to Dr Sam Scott (Sam.Scott@exeter.ac.uk), Department of Geography, University of Exeter, Amory Building, Rennes Drive, Exeter, EX4 4RJ. These dissertations should have been completed during the academic year 2012/13.

 

Deadline for entries is Friday 19th April 2013.

 

(The 2012 winner was Lauren Howes for her Masters Dissertation entitled ‘Shifting and negotiating identities: the Shan in Northern Thailand’ from the Department of Geography, University of Sheffield.)

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