Dominic Walker


Telephone: (0)7791 976444 

College: College of Life and Environmental Sciences
Discipline: Geography
Department: Geography
Research Centre/Unit: College of Life and Environmental Sciences

I was first introduced to my current research interests during my undergraduate studies at Aberystwyth University. I completed my BSc (Hons) in 2011 with the submission of a thesis couched in human geography, having opted a blend of both human and physical modules throughout my three years. Following success at undergraduate level, I was awarded a scholarship for my MA in Landscape and Territory at Aberystwyth University which was funded by the Access to Masters (ATM) scheme from the European Social Fund. My MA involved the production of an exhibition in partnership with Ceredigion Museum on art-science at the Hafod Estate in West Wales, and the development of the estate under its most celebrated landowner, Colonel Thomas Johnes. The exhibition was displayed during Graduation Week at Aberystwyth University's Institute of Geography and Earth Sciences in July 2012, just two months before I completed my MA studies in September.

I arrived at the University of Exeter in September 2013 enrolled on a College of Life and Environmental Sciences-funded academic scholarship for Ph.D. study under the supervision of Professor Gail Davies and Professor John Wylie. I am available on further platforms here:

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