A Be Inspired talk on the life of explorer Richard Burton, by Natalie Cox.
This talk recounts the extraordinary life of explorer Richard Burton whilst embracing the wider history of 19th century science.
From expeditions in Africa, through the debating halls of the Royal Geographical Society, to a study in Trieste, this talk recounts the extraordinary life of explorer Richard Burton whilst embracing the wider history of 19th century science.
Created for geography undergraduates, these resources incorporate content usually delivered during visits to the Society.
A reading list exploring aspects of the Society's past
A 'Be Inspired' talk on the work of people of Punjabi descent with the Society's archives, by Chandan Mahal
A workshop providing an introduction to Indigenous maps in the RGS-IBG Collections.
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