MUIR, Richard. British, b. 1943. Genres: Geography. Career: Lecturer in Geography, Trinity College, Dublin, 1970-71; Sr. Lecturer in Geography, CCAT, Cambridge, 1971-80; Full-time writer and landscape photographer, 1980-93; Senior Lecturer in Geography, College of Ripon and York St. John, York, 1994-. Publications: Modern Political Geography, 1975, 1980; The English Village, 1980; (co-author) Politics, Geography and Behaviour, 1980; Riddles in the British Landscape, 1981; Reading the Landscape, 1981; The Lost Villages of Britain, 1982; Traveller's History of Britain and Ireland, 1983; (co-author) Visions of the Past, 1983; (co-author) The National Trust Guide to Prehistoric and Roman Britain, 1983; History from the Air, 1983; (co-author) The Shell Countryside Book, 1984; (co-author) East Anglian Landscapes, 1984; Shell Guide to Reading the Celtic Landscapes, 1985; The National Trust Guide to Dark Age and Medieval Britain, 1985; Landscape and Nature Photography, 1986; The Stones of Britain, 1986; (co-author) The National Trust Guide to Rivers of Britain, 1986; (co-author) Hedgerows: Their History and Wildlife, 1987; Old Yorkshire, 1987; The Countryside Encyclopaedia, 1988; Portraits of the Past, 1989; Barleybridge, 1989; Fields, 1989; Castles and Strongholds, 1990; The Dales of Yorkshire, 1991; Villages of England, 1992; The Coastlines of Britain, 1993; Political Geography: A New Introduction, 1997; Countryside of Yorkshire: A Landscape History, 1997. Address: Waterfall Close, Birstwith, Harrogate, N. Yorkshire, England.