6pm | Stonehouse Lecture Theatre The Jali Ardhi project aims to evaluate the impact of soil erosion on both the environme ntal and social resilience of communities in East Africa. With growing land-use pressures and consequent severe soil erosion, many East African socio-ecological systems are at a tipping point. Field-based research is being undertaken in… Continue reading 25th May 2017: Soil Erosion Challenges in East Africa- an interdisciplinary approach
Earlier this year artist Dominica Williamson and Plymouth University geographer Dr. John Martin presented their Leverhulme Artist in Residence project called #Tagscape at the Royal Geographical Society’s RGS-IBG Annual International Conference. They presented the work in a threefold manner: at a panel discussion that was called to share artist/geography projects in the light of understanding… Continue reading #tagscape – A project by artist-in-residence Dominica Williamson
The 4th International Conference on Transdisciplinary Imaging at the Intersections of Art, Science and Culture will taking place at Plymouth University between 1st and 3rd July 2016. Our contemporary quotidian lives are becoming increasingly indebted to virtual platforms for social exchange and cultural mediation. The ubiquity of social media has necessitated the birth of virtual graveyards;… Continue reading 1-3 July 2016: The Atemporal Image Conference at the Intersections of Art, Science and Culture
Registration is now open for ‘A Time of Judgement: The Operation and Representation of Judgement in 19th century Cultures’ to be held on 23 and 24 June 2016 at Plymouth University. Please note that you can benefit from the Early Bird Delegate rate and save £25 by booking before 31 May. This international, interdisciplinary conference seeks… Continue reading 23-24 June 2016: What did ‘Judgement’ mean in the 19th century?