Talk Time

If you aren’t bored of looking at maps like the ones on this website, you may want to see them outside the virtual world. The best chance is to come to one of the talks that I occasionally give. The following list gives an overview of upcoming talks and some past talks I did (since 2013, for a full list please see my CV). Note that not all talks may be open to the public, so please check on the details of the event before heading off to it. I also have a (very empty and not regularly updated) conference profile on Lanyrd. Slides and the occasional video recording can be found in the archive of this website and on my Slideshare repository. Contact me if you think I may have something interesting to say at your institution or event.


  • 15 December 2017, Southampton (UK): Reimagining geophysical data using cartograms, National Oceanography Centre seminar series, Henry Charnock Lecture Theatre of the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton.
  • 30 November 2017, Reykjavík (Iceland): Cartography: Good, bad, or „necessary evil”? LÍSA Jólaráðstefna / LÍSA Christmas Conference, Norræna húsinu / Nordic House.
  • 22nd July / 8th August 2017, Oxford (UK): Landscape and nature in the Anthropocene: Visualising sustainability in the 21st century. Oxford Study Programme at Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford.
  • 11/12 July 2017, Brighton/Hove (UK): Model United Nations Conference, Cardinal Newman School.
  • 29 June 2017, Steep (UK): Can geography help us avert catastrophe?, Geography Festival, Bedales School.
  • 6 April 2017, Boston (MA, USA): The Human Atlas of Europe (paper presentation and panel discussant in the sessions on The Futures of Atlases. AAG Annual Meeting.
  • 27th February 2017, Reykjavík (Iceland): Visualising the Anthropocene. LUV (Líf- og umhverfisvísindadeild / Life and Environmental Sciences) Research Seminar Series, Askja, University of Iceland.
  • 24th January / 13th February 2017, Oxford (UK): Mapping the Anthropocene / Visualising Sustainability. Oxford Study Programme at Worcester & Merton College, University of Oxford.

Past talks (since 2013)

More talks from the past can be found in my CV.

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