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Phenomenal Time seminar: Elisabeth Schøyen Jensen (University of Bergen) The Primstav exercise – an engaging and creative way to draw, think and talk about local seasons and climate adaptation

Phenomenal Time: perceiving ecological temporalities An Edinburgh Environmental Humanities Network online seminar series It has become a truism that time is intangible, something that escapes our everyday senses. And yet,  …

EH seminar: ‘Brand Antarctica: Sponsorship, Advertising and Selling the South’, Dr Hanne Nielsen, University of Tasmania

‘Brand Antarctica: Sponsorship, Advertising and Selling the South’ Dr Hanne Nielsen, University of Tasmania / SCAR Fellow, KTH Stockholm Friday 27th April, 15.30 Room 2.54, 50 George Square Antarctica is …

‘Narrative through interviews with environmental scientists’, Dr Saskia Beudel (University of Canberra)

‘Narrative through interviews with environmental scientists’ Dr Saskia Beudel, University of Canberra Thursday 19th April  15.30 Room 2.54, 50 George Square An escalating sense of global environmental crisis has prompted …


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