Part of the Historical Geography Research Group (HGRG) series of teaching and learning resources.
David Matless (University of Nottingham) discusses ways of encouraging curiosity and further independent research/study in historical geography, and hurdling the question of 'relevance'.
In the clip, he talks about how historical work can resonate with present day questions and issues, especially about what we value and why, using an example of landscape and heritage conservation.
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