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Jon Gregory


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Jon Gregory completed his PhD at the University of East Anglia in 2008 and returned to UEA in 2010 as Lecturer in Landscape History. He teaches on landscape history modules at undergraduate and MA level, covering topics that include the prehistoric landscape, the post-medieval rural landscape and the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS). His current research interests include the long term development of marginal landscapes, landscape and the idea of improvement in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and the use of digital mapping techniques in landscape history. Jon has recently worked on various public engagement projects funded by the AHRC and HLF and undertakes consultancy work on the historic landscape as part of The Landscape Group at UEA.

Teaching Interests

Current modules taught include:

The Origins of the English Landscape c.4000BC to AD1066

The English Landscape 1066-1600

The Making of the English Landscape 1450-1950

Fieldwork in Landscape History

Working in the Historic Environment

Heritage and Public History

Past Environments: Theory and Practice in Landscape History (MA)

GIS for Landscape History (MA)