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Dr Paul Adderley

Lecturer

Biological and Environmental Sciences University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA

Dr Paul Adderley

About me

My interests in geoarchaeology and environmental history are based on my training as a soil scientist.
I studied at the University of Wales, Bangor and was a Research Officer for a set of major ODA/DfID projects in Northern Nigeria. After holding several fellowships including a prestigious RCUK Academic Fellowship I now lecture on soils-related topics, environmental hazards such as drought and desertification, and landscape-scale heritage issues. I also lecture on environmental history topics as part of cross-Faulty masters' level courses. I work in the Faculty of Natural Sciences and hold positions on the Safety, Employability committees.

Event / Presentation

Here is now and there the sound of the land: ground-breaking. Mutamorphosis: Challenging Arts Sciences

https://mutamorphosis.wordpress.com/
Artists and scientists from all over the world came together to address a theme of extreme and hostile environments, a theme that stands important in our changing world and society. The conference was organized by CIANT | International Centre for Art and New Technologiesas part of the ENTER3 festival and in the framework of the 40th anniversary celebrations of Leonardo journal and ISAST – the International Society for Art, Science and Technology.

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