1 edition of English geographies 1600-1950 found in the catalog.
English geographies 1600-1950
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Elizabeth Baigent and Robert J. Mayhew|
|LC Classifications||DA13 .E54 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 150 p. :|
|Number of Pages||150|
|LC Control Number||2011456140|
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English Geographies by Robert J. Mayhew,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. English Geographies Historical Essays on English Customs, Cultures, and Communities in Honour of Jack Langton. / Johnston "published The Physical Atlas (Edinburgh, ), in large part the English version of Heinrich Berghaus's Physikalischer Atlas (Gotha, ).
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English Geographies Historical Essays on English Customs, Cultures, and Communities in Honour of Jack Langton Oxford: St John's College Research Centre, ISBN (PB). The topic and time period signalled to here - English geographies over three and half centuries - conjures up a range of possibilities.
Stobart, J. () A settled little society: networks, friendship and trust in eighteenth-century provincial England. In: Baigent, E. and Mayhew, R. (eds.) Baigent, Elizabeth and Mayhew, Robert English Geographies Historical Essays on English Customs, Cultures, and Communities in Honour of Jack Langton.
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BETTEY, Joseph H., "'Ancient custom time out of mind": copyhold tenure in the West Country in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries', Antiquaries J., 89> PP.
Purvis, M. () Retailing and economic uncertainty in interwar Britain: co-operative (mis)fortunes in north-west England, in Baigent, E. and Mayhew, R. (eds) English Geographies Historical Essays on English Cultures, Customs and Communities in Honour of Jack Langton, SJC Research Centre, pp Book review Full text access English Geographies – Historical Essays on English Customs, Cultures, and Communities in Honour of Jack Langton Charles Watkins.
To mark his retirement, Dr Elizabeth Baigent and Prof. Robert Mayhew edited a collection of essays by some of his his ex-research students, published as English Geographies Historical Essays on English Customs, Cultures and Communities in Honour of.
Charles Watkins is Professor of Rural Geography at the University of Nottingham. English Geographies – Historical Essays on English Customs, Cultures, and Communities in Honour of. To mark his retirement, Elizabeth Baigent and Robert J.
Mayhew edited English Geographies Historical essays in English cultures, customs and communities in honour of Jack Langton (, St. John’s College/Oxbow Books), and he was awarded an honourary doctorate by the University of Uppsala in Baigent, Elizabeth, ‘A “splendid pleasure ground [for] the elevation and refinement of the people of London”: An Historical Geography of Epping Forest –’, in Baigent, Elizabeth and Mayhew, R.J.
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Research output: Book/Report › Edited book. The volume, English Geographies - Historical Essays on English Customs, Cultures, and Communities in Honour of Jack Langton, (edited by E. Baigent and R.J.
Mayhew) contains a personal and intellectual biography of Dr Langton which sets out how he views the nature, methods, and practice of geography - as a discipline, an approach, and.
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Research Expertise, Publications & Grants. Engagement & Knowledge Exchange. Article. Stobart, J. and Rothery, M. () Fashion, heritance and family: new and old in the Georgian country house.
Cultural and Social History. 11(3) Stobart, J. and Rothery, M. () Fashion, heritance and family: new and old in the Georgian country house.
Cultural and Social History. 11(3) Stobart, J. () Inventories and the changing furnishings of Canons Ashby.In Baigent E and Mayhew RJ (eds) English Geographies – Historical Essays on English Customs, Cultures, and Communities in Honour of Jack Langton.
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