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GA Award for Excellence in Leading Geography – vote now!

Voting is now open for the 2020 GA Award for Excellence in Leading Geography. 

The GA Award for Excellence in Leading Geography is presented to those articles in each of our three journals which have made the greatest contribution to the development of good practice.

The deadline for voting is 1 March 2021 and the awards will be presented at the GA Annual Conference which will be held online between 8 – 10 April 2021.

Click here to cast your vote (you must be a GA member in order to vote).

Here are this year’s nominations: 

For Geography:

a) Tim Hall – After the rural idyll: representations of the British countryside as a non-idyllic environment (Spring)
b) Jessica Sellick – An introduction to new animal geographies: the case of cattle (Spring)
c) Gerry Kearns – Topple the racists 1: decolonising the space and institutional memory of the university (Autumn)

For Primary Geography:

a) Caroline Martingell – Finding geography through the senses (Spring)
b) Abbie Tedd – What is a map? (Summer)
c) Fatima Pirbhai-Illich and Fran Martin – Fundamental British Values: geography’s contribution to understanding difference (Autumn)

For Teaching Geography:

a) Alice Matthews – It’s virtually a glacier’ (Spring)
b) Sarah Trolley – Prisoners of Geography? How contextualising a book can develop students’ understanding of geography (Summer)
c) Charlotte Milner – Classroom strategies for tackling the whiteness of geography (Autumn)