MA, DPhil, DLitt
Emeritus Fellow, formerly Senior Research Fellow in Geography

Academic Background

MA, DPhil, both at Jesus College, Oxford
Leverhulme Research Fellow, Department of Geography, University of Liverpool (1964-66)
Lecturer and later Senior Lecturer in Geography and Latin American Studies, University of Liverpool (1966-77)
Visiting Assistant Professor in Geography, University of Toronto (1967-68)
Reader in Geography and Latin American Studies, University of Liverpool (1977-81)
Lecturer in Urban and Social Geography, Oxford University and Official Fellow of Jesus College (1981-97)
Professor of Urban and Social Geography, Oxford University (1997-2003)
Head of the School of Geography and the Environment (1998-2002)
Emeritus Professor of Geography (2003-)
Gold Medalist of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society (1999)

Postgraduate Teaching

MSc and DPhil for Geography students.

Research Interests

Latin America and the Caribbean; urbanization, ethnicity, peasantries, small states. Racist regimes - slavery in the Caribbean and the holocaust in Europe.

Hobbies and Other Information

Theatre, cinema, opera, music, wine, travel, reading, all interests which I share with my wife, Gillian.

Chairman, Society for Caribbean Studies (UK) 1978-80
President, European Association for Research on Central America and the Caribbean (1987-89)
President, Society for Latin American Studies (1995-97)

Links

See also School of Geography website.