Professor Raymond Bryant
Tel: +44 (0)20 7848 2258
Department of Geography
King's College London
K7.40 King's Building
- political ecology
- environmental policy and conflict in the Global South
- celebrity environments
- political geography
- forest politics
Raymond Bryant has a PhD in Politics from the School of Oriental and African Studies (University of London, 1993), a MA in International Affairs from Carleton University in Ontario, Canada (1989) and a BA (Honours) in Political Science (First Class) from the University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada (1983).
He is currently Professor of Political Ecology in the Department of Geography at King’s College London. His previous posts have been Reader in Geography (2003-2009) and Lecturer in Geography (1993-2003), both at King’s College London, as well as Visiting Lecturer, Department of Political Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies (University of London, 1992-1993). Raymond has also taught at Cambridge University, Yale University and University College London.
He has been a keynote or invited speaker at major research institutions in Western Europe (Copenhagen, Netherlands Institute of Advanced Study, Cologne, Institute of Social Studies), the UK (Oxford, Cambridge, Durham, University College London) and the United States (Yale, Chicago, Clark). He has served as a consultant or advisor to the International Development Research Centre in Canada, as well as to research councils in the United States, Canada, Denmark, and the UK.
He has served/is serving on the editorial boards of the following international peer-reviewed journals:
Political Geography (2001-present)
Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography (1997-present)
Journal of Political Ecology (2011-present)
Global Ecology and Biogeography (1998-2005).
Raymond was Director of the University of London External Degree for Geography (1999-2004), as well as External Examiner at University College London (2004-2007) and the University of Hull (1999-2004). He is currently External Examiner for the MPhil in Environment, Society and Development at Cambridge University (2009-2012).
*Sabbatical until 01/2016
Consumers, Ethics and Global Environment
Practicing Social Research I (Methods)
Globalisation & Environment (core course for MA Environment, Politics and Globalisation)
Environmental Actors and Politics
'Third World' Political Ecology (Year 3)
Paris Fieldtrip (Year 2)