VOLUME 2 ISSUE 3
The Routes Editorial Board would like to thank the following Reviewers and Editors for their work on this issue
Pages: 133- 224
The role of a refugee camp in a global pandemic
By Leena Fraihat, The University of Virginia (previously at Doha British School)
An analysis of the representation of immigration in British broadsheet and tabloid news
By Phoebe Turner, Ranelagh School
Techno music, Detroit and social change: a critical geographical exploration through the lens of race and class
By Celia Garcia de Medina-Rosales, University of Sussex
Could economic development in Namibia harm more developed countries?
By Ben Millward-Sadler, Lancing College
An analysis of China’s Belt and Road initiative and its neo-colonial ambitions
By Caitlin Murray, Trinity School
An investigation into how the widening of two crevasses in Pine Island Glacier led to the calving of the B-49 iceberg
By Jennifer Thomas, University of Plymouth
‘In the near future look out for hipsters drinking smoothies from underground farms in Shoreditch’: The framing of urban vertical farming in the UK media
By Clara Steiner, University of Exeter
A review of ‘The Book of Trespass’
By Isobel Elliott, The Perse School
A review of ‘The Nine Lives of Pakistan: Dispatches from a Divided Nation’
By Matthew Hoult, King Edward VI College
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