Mr Cameron Byron

University Teacher Geography and Planning


Personal Statement

I am a human geographer whose work focuses on the geographies of deathscapes. My current research utilizes archival records across Merseyside from the late 19th century to explore how domestic burial governance is shaped by practices of territory and territoriality. My work investigates questions of volumetric and material politics, and the changing political ecologies / economies of death and burial both past and present. I am also currently teaching on the Human Geography degree programme as a member of the Power, Space and Cultural Change research group.