As the title suggests, the starting point for this event is that questions of ‘cultural geography' – of place, space, landscape and environment – exceed disciplinary boundaries, increasingly attracting a much broader interest across the arts and humanities. In this spirit, rather than designating a bounded sub-disciplinary space, the ‘cultural spaces' of our title reference an interdisciplinary nexus of common concerns, differing approaches and intellectual exchanges over the meanings and materialities of spaces, places and landscapes. The primary aim of this conference is to provide postgraduates from a range of arts and humanities disciplines with a rare opportunity to present and exchange substantive ideas and methodological approaches regarding their studies of these cultural geographies.Participants from a range of fields are encouraged to present, including Archaeology, Drama and Performance Studies, English, History, Modern Languages, Museology, Music and the Visual Arts, as well as Geography.
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