Monthly Archives: October 2011

Apple Day is on now…

It’s October 21, which means only one thing in Brogdale, England: it’s Apple Day! Not the Apple of iPad’s, iPhones, and their ilk, but the crunchy, juicy fruit so beloved of this part of the world. I’ve been alerted to this important day by Carolyn Steel’s fantastic book, Hungry City, which tells the story of […]

Geography goes to the movies

The Geography Department is hosting its first ever ‘Movie Club’ this semester in the Rocque Lab every Monday 4-6pm (film introductions at 3:40pm) (see attached flyer). Films include blockbusters, such as The Hours (Stephen Daldry, 2002) and Bloody Sunday (Paul Greengrass, 2002), documentaries, such as Spike Lee’s When the Levees Broke (2006) and Favela Uprising […]