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The Edinburgh Environmental Humanities Network presents researchers within the humanities with a forum in which to engage with each other’s work, to share insights, and develop collaborative partnerships.
Next EEHN PhD Lab: 24th March 10.30-11.30

Next EEHN PhD Lab: 24th March 10.30-11.30

Our next EEHN PhD Lab meeting will take place next Friday, 24th March 10.30-11.30am in the ECA Main Building, Room E.26.

In this session, our member, Matthew Lear will share his work with us. Matthew writes: This paper will examine how Mike McCormack’s Solar Bones depicts the Post-Celtic Tiger house as a ‘living thing’ sustained by fluid (eco)systems, connecting Irish infrastructural crises that range in scale and specificity.

As always, new members are very welcome, and our discussion will continue after the session over coffee.

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