Alaric Maude, recipient of the 2019 Thomson Award of the Royal Geographical Society of Queensland (RGSQ), is delivering his webinar address "What makes Geography geographical?"

on the 23rd of June, 7:30 pm. 


The lecture will review different ways of defining geography, and argue for viewing the subject as a way of thinking based on four key concepts — place, space, environment and interconnection.

The meaning of each of these concepts for geography will be reviewed, with illustrations of their application taken from recent studies of the coronavirus epidemic.

Their contribution to the current Australian geography curriculum may also be identified.


Register for the webinar via the RGSQ website or Facebook 




Beverley Clarke PhD

College of Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences

Co-investigator, Climate and Sustainability Policy Research (CASPR) Group

Sturt Road, Bedford Park South Australia 5042

GPO Box 2100 Adelaide SA 5001




President of the Institute of Australian Geographers | Researcher ID D-8999-2015 | Scopus Author ID 54790497300




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