The geography of Tibet consists of the high mountains, lakes and rivers lying between Central, East and South Asia. Traditionally, Western (European and American) sources have regarded Tibet as being in Central Asia, though today’s maps show a trend toward considering all of modern China, including Tibet, to be part of East Asia. 77 more words
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ICHG paper 'Artworks in schools of every kind: the Pictures for Schools exhibitions 1947-1969', Monday 6 July
Next Monday (6 July) I am excited to be talking about my Pictures for Schools research at the International Conference of Historical Geographers at the Royal Geographical Society in London. 49 more words
In addition to the long-form Blind Giant, I got out a couple of flick-through reference type books last time I was at the library.
Firstly was a… 105 more words