This Christmas give one of the Society’s stunning and inspiring historic images to a friend, family member or just treat yourself!
The RGS Print Store includes the very best images from the Society’s incredible photographic collection. Available mounted or un-mounted, the images can be reproduced at a range of sizes.
And Fellows and members can take advantage of seasonal 15% discount on all Society Print Store orders placed before 31th December 2016. Simply enter the code Xmas 2016 at the point of order. Last order dates for Christmas delivery are 11th December for Europe and North America, and 18th December for the UK.
Fine art platinum prints
The Society is also pleased to offer a series of limited edition fine art platinum prints created from negatives exposed by Frank Hurley on Ernest Shackleton’s Endurance expedition. Created to celebrate the centenary of the Endurance expedition these exceptional prints are among the finest prints ever made of Hurley’s work and have been produced by digitising the original glass plate negatives for the very first time.
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The Society commissioned a significant piece of independent research using the Department for Education’s National Pupil Database and linked HESA data to know more about who is choosing to study geography at different levels.
25 November 2020
Our response emphasises the importance of subject-specific knowledge, pedagogy, skills and community engagement.
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