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Day 152, Year of #Mygration: Geography Matters – A Collection

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The Open University’s Geography Matters series on OpenLearn was designed as a learning resource to promote the diverse and innovative mix of research being undertaken by the university’s geographers. It provides free educational material in a range of formats, from short articles through to videos and podcasts linking issues of development, geography and environmental studies. If you're keen to learn more about geography as a whole, thinking about studying with the OU or looking for some extra reading between modules, the Geography Matters collection will be a useful tool.

You’ll find articles on climate change sitting alongside discussions about IT in India, next to material on the nature of borders and migration; for example:

  • Listen to Andy Morris interview geographer and broadcaster Nick Middleton about his book 'An Atlas of Countries that Don't Exist', which tackles controversial issues of contested nationalism and sovereignty

  • Professor John Allen reflects on the role of borders impacting on the movement of people when he considers Europe’s Borders in Question

  • Professor Parvati Raghuram explores the inherent tensions in the NHS recruitment of doctors and nurses from Africa, and asks: How National is the NHS?

 Explore Geography Matters on OpenLearn

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