A new video from the excellent Time for Geography explores the fabric trade in London and its global connections.
• What is globalisation?
• How have trade and migration made London a global city?
• Why do migrants come to live and work in particular parts of London?
• How is this transforming city streets, cultures and economies?
In this video, we team up with human geographer Dr Will Monteith (Queen Mary University of London), to answer these questions by investigating the geography of the fabric trade in East London.
Attributions and Acknowledgements
Written and developed by: William Monteith, Kate Amis, Rob Parker, Harriet Ridley, Simon Ross, Tim Parker
Videography by: Oliver Draper, Rob Parker