This module explores contemporary and historical geopolitics and encourages students to think critically about the actors, power relations, and practices of international politics. It outlines key approaches to conceptualising and researching geopolitics within geography, and provides students with the opportunity of applying these to a number of historical and contemporary case studies.
*Please note that module information is indicative and may change from year to year.
Dr Ruth Craggs; Dr Richard Schofield
8 (1hour) lectures and 8 (1hour) seminars plus 4 hours of posters and oral presentations.
Module assessment - more information
One 3000 word essays (65%), One Poster (individual) (35%)