A journey through the forgotten history of Britain

Experience the towns and settlements that have been lost to time to learn how history has shaped Britain’s landscape.
England is scratched with the eerie remaining parts of spots that have since disappeared from memory, going from an Orkney town that was shrouded in sand a long time back to a middle age city that was cleared off a precipice and presently lies lethargic in the North Ocean. However, although we are unable to see them, many of these places have had developmental effects on England’s history, and their disappearances begin to explain why the country looks the way it does today.Dr. Matthew Green will take you through significant turning points in Britain’s history, like the Black Death, the Reformation, and the Enlightenment. He will use four years of his own original research to paint a vivid and detailed picture of a Britain that is no longer there.

He will take you on a journey through the sights, sounds, and challenges of lost places, from the underground city of Trellech to the deserted seamountain of St. Kilda. Learn how the former British settlements came to be in such terrible circumstances by exploring the ruins.Matthew will bring these lost towns and settlements back to life with the help of a stunning book of guides, prints, and photographs. Hewill invoke the towns and settlements’ unique formats and vividly depict the experiences of their previous inhabitants, many of whom tried to resist progress but failed. In addition, this class will investigate how and why places are disappearing from Britain’s landscape today and what the past may reveal about the future.Material for the course: Neolithic times: how agribusiness stopped 2.5 million years of nomadism and created settled networks like Skara Brae on Orkney, which were covered in sand for north of 5,000 years The Norman victory: how a portion of the urban communities and towns worked during the middle age metropolitan blast fizzled, as Trellech in the Welsh Walks, which was found by moles in 2002. Changes in medieval climate: how extreme weather destroyed Old Winchelsea and Dunwich as the Medieval Warm Period gave way to the Little Ice Age and the Black Death: how the Yorkshire Wolds’ abandoned streets of Wharram Percy were destroyed by the Black Death Reformation and Renaissance: how places like the half-drown city of Dunwich and its ruined monasteries captivated curious minds Enlightenment: how the demands of international conflict hollowed out about 20% of Britain’s landmass, including villages in the Brecklands in Norfolk and Suffolk. Profile of tutor Dr. Matthew Green is a historian, writer, and broadcaster who holds a doctorate from Oxford University. He has written historical features for the Guardian and the Financial Times, and he has appeared in documentaries on the BBC, ITV, and Channel 4. He is the pioneer behind Unbelievable City Sound, which makes live occasions, webcasts, and applications of vivid London visits. His best-known work was London: A Travel Timeline He maintains a Twitter account.

Shadowlands, a soft cover book by Matthew: A Journey Through Lost Britain will be released on March 2, 2023. Pre-ordering the book and ticket costs £58.52 (inc. P&P) if you are a British resident. Course Subtleties Date: When: A catch-up recording will be available for two weeks from 6.30 p.m. to 9 p.m. GMT on Wednesday, March 1, 2023.Worldwide access is available to this masterclass. If you are joining us from outside the United Kingdom, please use this time zone converter to determine your local live streaming time.You will receive a link to the webinar at 6.30 PM GMT, 7.30 PM CET, 10.30 AM PST, and 1.30 PM EST, 24 hours and 30 minutes before the start time. Please contact [email protected] if you do not receive the access link 24 hours prior to the scheduled start time.Our objective is to make all Guardian Masterclasses available to all players. Kindly reach us at [email protected] on the off chance that you require any adjustments to partake in this course.Please read the terms and conditions and privacy policy of the third-party live streaming platform Zoom before making a purchase for a ticket to the class.After you’ve made a purchase, we won’t be able to give you a refund if you don’t show up to an event or cancel a reservation. Please refer to our terms and conditions for more information on our refund policy.

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