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    gbosworth@lincoln.ac.uk
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    Dr Gary Bosworth

    Deputy Head of the School of Geography

    School of Geography
    College of Science

    About Gary Bosworth

    My research interests are centred on rural development and the creation of sustainable and “liveable” rural communities.  My ongoing research continues to explore the impacts of growing mobility and interdependence between urban and rural areas. In particular, I am interested in the role that businesses play in providing key services, attracting infrastructure, providing employment and training, and facilitating the social interactions that create the identity of rural places. 

    I am currently a Reader in Rural Geography in the School of Geography at the University of Lincoln. I moved to Lincoln in 2008 to join the Business School, initially as a Research Fellow and subsequently held the posts of Lecturer in Economics and Entrepreneurship and then Reader in Enterprise and Rural Economies. 

    My route to an academic research career began at Cambridge where I studied for a degree in Land Economy. Three years working as a commercial property surveyor gave me a good grounding in the real world of business before I took the opportunity to study for my research masters and PhD in the Centre for Rural Economy at Newcastle University. This was funded by an Economic and Social Research Council scholarship.

    Department Responsibilities

    Deputy Head of the School of Geography
    Programme Leader for BA Geography
    Head of the Rural Research Group
    PhD supervisor

    Subject Specialism

    Rural Studies; Rural Economy; Entrepreneurship; Rural migration

    Qualifications

    • PhD: “Entrepreneurial In-migrants and Economic Development in Rural England” — Newcastle University, 2009
    • Research Masters, Rural Social Science, distinction. — Newcastle University, 2005
    • MA Land Economy — Cambridge University, 2001

    Professional Affiliations

    • Higher Education Academy — Assocaite Fellow
    • European Society for Rural Sociology — Member
    • Cambridge Land Society — Member
    • Regional Studies Association — Fellow

    Research in the Lincoln Repository

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