Dr Lloyd Jenkins PhD

School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences
Lecturer in Historical and Cultural Geography: teaching-focused

Contact details

University of Birmingham
B15 2TT

Dr Jenkins is a Historical Geographer, with an interest in landscape change and people’s relationship with the past.


  • Ph.D. ‘Geography and Architecture: Materiality and the Parisian Commercial Office Building.’  2002  (University of Wales, Lampeter)
  • B.A. (Jnt Hons) Archaeology and Geography, University of Wales, Lampeter.


  • 2015 - present - Lecturer in Historical and Cultural Geography: teaching-focused
  • 2005 - 2015 - Teaching Fellow University of Birmingham
  • 2000 - 2005 - Postdoctoral Associate University of Birmingham


  • Year 1 Tutor (Geography)
  • Joint Honours Tutor (Geography)
  • Module leader for GGM 101, GGM105, GGM 106a, GGM 213, GGM 409 


Research group

Society, economy and environment

Research interests

  • Built Form and Materiality
  • Rural and Urban landscapes
  • Landscape Heritage
  • Historical geographies of utopianism
  • Interdisciplinarity

Other activities

Honorary membership secretary Historical Geography Research Group of the RGS-IBG


Jenkins, L. (2006) ‘Utopianism and Origins of Urban Change in Perreymond's Plans for the Re-building of Paris.’ Journal of Historical Geography 32:2 336-351

Jenkins, L (2003) ‘Fourierism and Colonization: The London Phalanx and discourses of Associative Emigration.’  Area 35:1 84-91

Jenkins, L. (2002) Geography and Architecture: 11, rue du Conservatoire and the Permeability of Buildings.  Space and Culture 5:3 pp. 222-236

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