Walking as Research: Exploring Landscapes and Interdisciplinary Dialogue in Northumberland National Park

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Project summary

Walking is a basic and universal form of travel. There are many words for different types of walks. When we walk to work, we commute. When we walk in large numbers, we march, or parade. Walking as research can allow us to interrogate the past, critique the present, and imagine the future

Term: Michaelmas

Principal Investigators:

Alexander Hibberts (Lead-PI), PhD candidate, Department of History, alexander.hibberts@durham.ac.uk

Nick Pepper (Co-PI), PhD candidate, Department of History (Northumbria University)

 

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Posted on

October 6, 2023

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