Students combining Geography with another subject are registered at SOAS but receive tuition in Geography at KCL's Strand campus, and enjoy the facilities of both colleges. Applicants should apply to SOAS only. The Department of Geography at King's College London (KCL) includes a concentration of scholars and specialists in the geography of Africa and Asia. Several courses also include examples from Latin America.
Geography Modules include: Cities: exploration in urban geography; climate variability, change and society; cultural landscapes: North American style; ecological and cultural biogeography; economic and social change in Post'War Europe; environmental remote sensing; environmental risk, governance and society; global cities: processes, problems and policies; historical geographies of urbanism; natural hazards; desert environments; development geographies: livelihood and policy contexts; environmental thought and practice: politics, concept and management; gendered geographies of development and globalisation; Japanese environments; political economy of hazardscapes; social theory and the environment; territoriality, state, and nation: political geography in the developing world; third world political ecology; tropical forests in a changing environment. African Studies Modules include: Amharic; Hausa; Somali; Swahili; Yoruba; Zulu; culture in Africa; language in Africa; African history; African art and archaeology; contemporary African literature; history in African and Caribbean literature; African language literatures (oral and written); representations and transformations: South African drama and film; the structure of Bantu languages; theory and practice of Swahili translation; religions of Africa; black urban studies; introduction to pan'Africanism; music in Africa; the world of Cuban music.
|Duration & Attendance||Qualification||Tuition fees|
|BA (Hons)||£9,000 Academic year. First year home fees|
- GCE A-level
- Course specific
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