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Centre Seminar Series

The Centre has a regular Tuesday seminar series, as well as hosting one-off events throughout the year. View the full events programme here.

Tuesday lunchtime seminars offer a regular point of contact between staff and students with an interest in Environment, Heritage and Policy from across the University, and a warm welcome is also extended to anyone with an interest beyond the University. The aims are to share and ‘test out’ new ideas, seek wider collaboration, disseminate research, strengthen and expand upon the established links between the Divisions, and — most importantly — reinforce a strong and vibrant research culture. We also welcome external speakers. The seminars are very informal and have no single format.

Tuesday lunchtime seminar programme 2022-23

All seminars will be conducted online using Microsoft Teams. Please see our programme summary below.

To receive an email reminder about meetings, please ask to join the CEHP mailing list – send your email address to Dr Sally Foster. You can ask to leave the mailing list at any time.

All meetings effectively run from 13:00 to 13:55 hrs

Autumn semester 2022

 

4 October

13:00–14:00 hrs

Tim Edensor

Professor of Social and Cultural Geography

Manchester Metropolitan University

Chair: Professor Sally Foster

The entanglement of two heritage objects: arch and tree

 

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18 October

13:00–14:00 hrs

Dr Angelos Theocharis

Postdoctoral Researcher in Film, Visual Culture and Media

University of Durham

Chair: Dr Clemens Hoffmann

Indigenous filmmaking and narratives of climate crisis from the Sundarbans Delta

 

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8 November

13:00–14:00 hrs

Dr Eileen Tisdall

Lecturer in Biological and Environmental Sciences University of Stirling

Chair: Professor Siân Jones

Storming the castle: medieval climate change, storm surges and coastal impacts at Caerlaverock

 

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22 November

13:00–14:00 hrs

Dr Lorna-Jane Richardson

Lecturer in Digital Humanities & Heritage

University of East Anglia

Chair: Dr Jennie Morgan

The dark side of digital heritage: ethics and sustainability in digital practice

 

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Spring semester 2023

 

31 January

13:00–14:00 hrs

Dr Rosie Spooner

Lecturer in Information Studies                                                                     

University of Glasgow

Chair: Professor Sally Foster

Critical interweavings: walking as critical heritage practice

 

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14 February

13:00–14:00 hrs

Rebecca Madgin & Dr Elizabeth Robertson

Professor in Urban Studies / PDRA

University of Glasgow

Chair: Vanicka Arora

The contribution of Arts and Humanities to place: reflections on the AHRC Place Programme

 

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14 March

13:00–14:00 hrs

Gavin Bridge & James Marriott

Professor in Geography/research collaborator                

University of Durham / Platform

Chair: Dr Clemens Hoffmann

Unravelling the UK oil complex 

 

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28 March

13:00–14:00 hrs

Vanicka Arora

Lecturer in Heritage

University of Stirling

Chair: Professor Siân Jones

 

Puja and permission: rituals of authorisation in reconstruction of built heritage in Bhaktapur, Nepal

 

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