Events

We are planning events for 2017/18, and will add these to this page as soon as they are confirmed.

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Ethnography on Foot II

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Thursday 1st June (12-5pm, Armstrong Building room 3.38, Newcastle University)

We are delighted to welcome the following:

Panel One – Creativity on Foot
Rob and Harriet Fraser (artists) – ‘Walking with shepherds and through a constellation of trees : walking and creativity as tools for enquiring into a cultural landscape’
Jake Campbell (School of English Literature, Language and Linguistics) – ‘Marradharma: Paths That Lead to the Kingdom’

Panel Two – Whose Territory? Whose Feet?
Prof. Maggie O’Neill (University of York) – ‘Walking Borders, Risk and Belonging: walk of the heroines with Jan Haaken’
Dr Alex Deans (University of Glasgow) – ‘An Eighteenth Century Botanist on Foot: Landscape and the Agency of Assemblages’
Prof. Chris Whitehead (Media, Culture, Heritage) and Dr. Tom Schofield (Digital Cultures) – ‘Walking the Walls: ethnography, design and ‘heritage from below’ in Istanbul’

Final discussion – chaired by Dr Abbie Garrington (Durham University)

This event is free and open to all. A drinks reception will follow. To book your place please email Dr Emma Coffield at emma.coffield@newcastle.ac.uk

This event has been co-convened with the support of the Gender Research Group https://genderresearchgroup.wordpress.com

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Suggestions for themes, topics and/or speakers for 2017-18 should be sent to Chris Whitehead (chris.whitehead@newcastle.ac.uk) or Emma Coffield (emma.coffield@newcastle.ac.uk).

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