Dr Douglas Brown
School/Department: Natural & Built Environments
Position: Senior Lecturer In GIS And Human Geography
Historical geographer. I specialise in using geographic information systems (GIS) to investigate social and economic geographies of poverty, welfare, health and healthcare, especially in 19th-century England and Wales.
I'm the undergraduate admissions tutor for the Department of Geography & Geology.
Educational and Professional Qualifications
- 2015 - present Fellow of the Higher Education Authority
- 2009 - 2014 PhD, King's College London
- 2007 - 2009 MA, Birkbeck
- 1996 - 2000 MA (Hons), Edinburgh
» Inequalities and welfare.
» Spatial analysis in human geography.
» Digital humanities.
» GIS for historical geography.
» Poverty and health in 19th-century England and Wales.
GG6400 Research Project (Dissertation).
GG4070/GG5070 Regional Geographies.
I also teach on GG4020 Digital Earth and am a personal tutor and dissertation supervisor at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Other Professional Activity
» Reviews editor, The London Journal.
» Co-chair, Spatial & Digital History Network, European Social Science History Conference.
+44 208 417 2245