Conventional ecological imaginings point to relationships between organisms and environment. Yet, the term has provided fertile ground within a range of disciplines as a way of framing and articulating broader sets of relations between, for example, humans and non-humans (animals and technologies) and between lives and environmental attributes, affects and intensities. This workshop explored the ways in which ecologies come to be written, or manifest themselves, as material processes of inscription and description.
Papers were followed by a roundtable discussion with responses from Dr. Neal Alexander (Department of English, University of Nottingham) and Dr. Isla Forsyth (Department of Geography, University of Nottingham).
Organised by Jemima Matthews, Jennifer Rich, Louise Chamberlain and Emma Zimmerman.
Funded by the AHRC Landscape and Environment Programme and the Department of English at the University of Nottingham.
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