Environment and Identity Conference
Hosted by Exeter University and English Heritage at Pendennis Castle, and also supported by the PPRE (Peninsula Partnership for the Rural Environment), this conference is part of a series of research networking events funded by the AHRC Landscape and Environment Programme. Previous workshops organised by the network were designed to explore early modern discourses of environmental change and sustainability. The conference will extend this scope and bring together scholars interested in a variety of time periods and subjects from across the humanities, social sciences, development studies and policy forums. Its purpose is to generate interdisciplinary, comparative thematic and cross-period collaborations to explore the ways in which individuals and groups express, negotiate and transform their identities in response to changing environmental conditions. The interdisciplinary panels address specific issues under the following broad themes: landscapes and communities, climates, identities, resources, and global narratives of environmental change.
Registration forms can be found at:
Completed forms should be sent to: Humanities Research Office, Queen’s Building, Queen’s Drive, University of Exeter, Exeter, EX4 4QH.
Accommodation will be available on our University campus (Tremough) in Cornwall and can be booked direct with Tremough Campus Services by telephoning 01326 370 466 or by emailing email@example.com. Further details can be found at http://www.tremoughservices.com/visitoraccommodation/ . When you book, please inform them you are booking for the Environment and Identity conference. Current rates are from £28.75 B&B single occupancy. Double occupancy is also available.
There are also many hotels and B&Bs in Falmouth which can be booked through Find Falmouth Hotels. The following are especially convenient for the conference venue: The Falmouth Hotel, The Greenbank Hotel, Wellington House B&B, The Westcott B&B.
Further information Dr Ayesha Mukherjee (firstname.lastname@example.org); Dr Nicola Whyte (email@example.com)