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The lost voices in the archive

In this richly illustrated online exhibition, Dr Kate Simpson brings to light the vital role African people played in British expeditions to Africa in the 19th and early 20th century.

Lost lands

An international team of geographers and a Cambodia-based photojournalist have documented the nature and scale of sand mining in the Mekong River and Tonle Sap lake systems to help give a voice to some of the individuals impacted by it, shining a light on the hidden stories behind the global headlines of sand mining.

The Great Barrier Reef Expedition 1928-1929

The world’s first major expedition on a coral reef engaged with themes that resonate with today’s geographers: underwater adventure, gender equality, climate change and a scientific legacy that lives on.

Observed on paper

Explore a selection of drawings and watercolours from our Collections, illustrating people and landscapes, many produced decades before the camera became part of the standard expedition kit.