|17 Oct 2011||5:00pm - 7:00pm||CRASSH|
Nigel Clark (Senior Lecturer of Human Geography, The Open University)
Contemporary events can serve to remind us of the challenges faced by earlier inhabitants of a place or landscape. What does it means to inherit landscapes whose rough edges have been smoothed by long term habitation? How might our assumptions of responsibility to future generations be informed by a sense of our indebtedness to those who came before us?
Nigel explores place as a manifestation of earth processes which have been endured, ridden out, responded to by prior inhabitants in ways that help make otherwise inhospitable environments more hospitable or liveable.
Open to all. No registration required
Part of the Taking Place seminar series.
For more information about the group, please visit the link on the right hand side of this page.