Resources for remote research in Human Geography – crowd-sourced document

Antonio Ferraz-de-Oliveira, from Cambridge University, has curated a document that was originally designed to support second year undergraduates, who are rapidly reformulating their dissertation plans for the summer. This project evolved into something quite substantial, and has been welcomed by PhD students and academics, who are also finding the need to revise and revisit research plans.

Antonio and other contributors have now released a version for general circulation, in the spirit of collective solidarity towards students, colleagues and researchers in these difficult times. You can find it following the link below:

Ferraz de Oliveira, A., ed. (2020). Resources for remote research in Human Geography. (crowd-sourced document). Available at: