New paper: montage and climate futures

I have a new paper out in the RGS-IBG's relatively new open-access journal Geo: Geography & Environment, entitled 'Picturing the future-conditional: montage and the global geographies of climate change'. The paper will form part of a themed issue on global environmental imagery being convened by historian of science Sebastian Grevsmühl. The introductory essay by Sebastian is also … Continue reading New paper: montage and climate futures

New paper: meteorology as an imperial science

I have a new paper out in the Journal of Historical Geography entitled 'For an empire of 'all types of climate': meteorology as an imperial science'. It can be found on the publisher's website here, and a pre-publication version of the article can be downloaded here. The paper is the main output of the RGS-IBG funded project which I conducted … Continue reading New paper: meteorology as an imperial science