Free public lecture. Killing Nature to Save It? Ethics, Economics and the Trophy Hunting of Black Rhinoceros. Dr Mike Hannis; Senior Lecturer in Environmental Humanities, Bath Spa University.

via Free public lecture. Killing Nature to Save It? Ethics, Economics and the Trophy Hunting of Black Rhinoceros. Dr Mike Hannis; Senior Lecturer in Environmental Humanities, Bath Spa University.

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Attending Researching Supervision in Practice Based Doctorates – Insights from Practice workshop in London tomorrow

As i am now supervising more PhD through practice than not, and they are becoming yest more common in our Research Centre I am attending this workshop tomorrow

Researching Supervision in Practice Based Doctorates – Insights from Practice

This full-day workshop, in partnership with Middlesex University, uses the recently completed Erasmus+ funded project SUPERPROFdoc to examine good practice in the development framework and capabilities of practice required for effective supervision of modern, professional and practice-based doctorates.

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Free Public Lecture: Poetic Technologies: Exploring Hebridean renewable energy production through poetry- sculpture collaboration; Lila Matsumoto, University of Nottingham

via Free Public Lecture: Poetic Technologies: Exploring Hebridean renewable energy production through poetry- sculpture collaboration; Lila Matsumoto, University of Nottingham

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Environmental Humanities named subject in Highlight Notice in the AHRC Leadership Fellowships scheme ECR route: RCUK/ UKRI Innovation Fellowships

Sell call details here 

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BSU Environmental Humanities PhD student Laura Denning to present work at BRLSI; Nov 2nd; Bath; UK

More info and to book go here

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Our next public lecture: Merle Patchett; University of Bristol; School of Geographical Sciences; From Sexual Selection to Sex And The City: The Biogeographies of the Blue Bird-Of-Paradise; Wednesday October 18th  6.30 pm -8.00 pm 

Source: Our next public lecture: Merle Patchett; University of Bristol; School of Geographical Sciences; From Sexual Selection to Sex And The City: The Biogeographies of the Blue Bird-Of-Paradise; Wednesday October 18th  6.30 pm -8.00 pm 

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Marine Transgressions Interdisciplinary environmental humanities conference, 7-8 June 2018

Marine Transgressions is a 2-day environmental humanities conference that will take place on June 7-8th 2018 at the Create Centre, located on the bank of the river Avon by the entrance to the historic floating harbour in Bristol, UK.
It is a collaboration between the Environmental Humanities Research Centres of the University of Bristol and Bath Spa University.

Confirmed Speakers:

Prof Stacy Alaimo 

Tim Dee

Follow the conference on Twitter @MTConference18

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