Professor Peter North

Professor of Alternative Economies Geography and Planning

    Teaching

    My teaching fits within a political economy perspective. In the first year I focus on ways that cities develop under contemporary capitalism, with a focus on Liverpool. In the second year, political economies of globalisation lookS at arguments for and against neoliberal globalisation, and ways that it has been challenged. In the the third year I contribute to courses on climate change and resource depletion, teaching in a team with physical geography collegues.

    Modules for 2021-22

    Building Better Worlds

    Module code: ENVS387

    Role: Module Co-ordinator

    DISSERTATION (GEOGRAPHY & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE)

    Module code: ENVS321

    Role: Teaching

    FIELD CLASS (BELFAST)

    Module code: ENVS282

    Role: Teaching

    Living with Environmental Change

    Module code: ENVS119

    Role: Teaching

    POLITICAL ECONOMIES OF GLOBALISATION

    Module code: ENVS264

    Role: Module Co-ordinator

    RESEARCH SKILLS (GEOGRAPHY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE)

    Module code: ENVS203

    Role: Teaching

    STUDY SKILLS AND GIS

    Module code: ENVS100

    Role: Teaching

    Space, Power and Culture

    Module code: ENVS434

    Role: Teaching

    THEORISING HUMAN GEOGRAPHY

    Module code: ENVS416

    Role: Module Co-ordinator