Monday, January 4, 2016

Some proper cultural geography...

Every now and again, we add some real cultural geography here amongst the melange of 'cultural' posts which have a connection with some of the broad ideas.
Sam Kinsley is a cultural geographer who works at the University of Exeter. I've got a good connection with this university through my previous work with Ian Cook's Follow the Things project, helping to create their education materials in a 'previous life', and ongoing support for the project.
Sam's blog has some interesting posts which would be of interest to teachers.
I was interested in the Bristol Festival of Ideas session featuring Bradley Garrett, Leo Hollis and Anna Minton - I drew on books by all three of them when writing urban chapters for a forthcoming 'A' level textbook.

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