This blog post is written by Milena Morozova, who is a postgraduate student at Moscow State University, Russia. Following a conversation between Milena and Professor Vladimir Kalutskov (Moscow State University), they introduce us to an interesting and developing field in geography – literary geography.
This blog post contains some reflections from members of the geographical postgraduate community on their personal experiences of organising an RGS-IBG conference session.
The PGF blog so far has spoken about several fascinating things, such as fieldwork, mental health, how to attend conferences and make posters amongst other things. However, one area which has not been widely talked about is the role of Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) and teaching others at university level whilst undertaking your postgraduate study.