Symposium on Poetry, Ecology and Art

Via David Farrier and the EEHN

Please find below details of a symposium on Poetry, Ecology and Art, organised by our current EH Visiting Fellow, Dr Sam Walton:

Thursday 28th July

14.30-18.30

Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities

University of Edinburgh

Hope Park Square
Edinburgh
EH8 9NW

An afternoon symposium presenting new research and creative work in the ecological arts and humanities.

Confirmed speakers: Alexandra Campbell (Glasgow), Katy Hastie (Glasgow), Colin Herd (Glasgow), David Farrier (Edinburgh), Lila Matsumoto (ECA), and Alice Tarbuck (Dundee).

The symposium is free to attend and has been organised with the support of IASH, the Edinburgh Environmental Humanities Network and Landscaping Change, a British Academy-funded project based at Bath Spa University.

IASH: http://www.iash.ed.ac.uk/
EEHN: http://www.environmentalhumanities.ed.ac.uk/
Landscaping Change: https://landscapingchange.wordpress.com/about/

Accessibility information: Unfortunately IASH is not wheelchair accessible as the seminar room is accessed via a flight of stairs. If you have further questions, please contact Dr Samantha Walton s.walton@bathspa.ac.uk

Hope to see some of you there!

Best wishes,
David

David Farrier
Senior Lecturer
Director of Knowledge Exchange and Impact
Department of English
School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures
University of Edinburgh
50 George Square
Edinburgh
EH8 9JX
0131 6503607

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About Owain Jones

I work at Bath Spa University as a Professor of Environmental Humanities. I also write songs and help stage a range of live music with others. I am Chair and Programmer for Priston Festival.
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