22 November 2021
Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR
Free for members, £5 standard
Sir Laurence Dudley Stamp, former President of the Society and director of the Land Utilisation Survey of Britain, was internationally renowned as a great populariser of geography to students and the wider public.
George’s talk will explore the fascinating collection of relief models held at the Society which represent a significant component of Stamp’s life work, and of the creative and engaging ways which defined his approach to the teaching of geography throughout the mid-20th century.
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