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David Matless (University of Nottingham) discusses ways of encouraging curiosity and further independent research/study in historical geography.
Virtual exhibition and permanent archive of the Spaces of Internationalism event, December 2018.
Historical account books are a valuable record which reflect the activities of individuals and families and provide evidence the way they lived.
A workshop investigating the role indigenous people played in the history of exploration, compiled by Joy Slappnig.
Briony McDonagh describes an activity she offers to third year students using historical OS maps to reconstruct the landscape and historical geography of Burton Agnes in the East Riding of Yorkshire.
David Matless discusses taking third-year geography students to the Lake District to explore heritage conservation, landscape and cultural geography.
Sounds can offer powerful evidence of lived experiences in the past and prompt oral history recollection.
Listen to David Matless talk about the shared experience of viewing and analysing images in the classroom.
The introduction of new technologies and collaborations can broaden out what historical geographers do.
Innes Keighren (Royal Holloway, University of London) talks about taking students to New York for a fieldtrip.
Part of the Historical Geography Research Group (HGRG) series of teaching and learning resources.
The India Round Table Conference: London 1930-1932. Resources from the University of Nottingham.
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