Friday Keynote: The Dear Green Bothy Pop-Up
Friday 24th of June, 1.30pm - 2.30pm
This pop-up event is hosted in collaboration with the University of Glasgow's College of Arts initiative 'The Dear Green Bothy', aimed at demonstrating the vital role played by arts and humanities research in understanding and addressing climate emergency.
The event will feature short presentations from PhD researchers exploring existing and emergent research in the areas of climate emergency and the environmental humanities.
Find out more about the speakers and topics below.
- Liam Crouse | University of the Highlands and Islands | 'The Grey Ocean a Hazel Forest': Memory and Environmental Change in the Gàidhealtachd
- Leanne Gonczarow | University of Edinburgh | On reflection
- Skye Loneragan | Glasgow Caledonian University | How are we becoming what it is we are trying to throw away? Thinking with nano-plastics as one of the invisible ways we are connected in the current eco-emergency
- Catherine Mackenzie | University of St Andrews | The Children are not our Future
- Nicole Manley | Queen Margaret University | A process of walking and reflecting with River - a different way for human/river relationship
- Maria Sledmere | University of Glasgow | flotsam: a poem from neutral milky halo
First published: 1 June 2020