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Dr Natalia Eernstman

Dr Natalia Eernstman

Natalia works as an artist, performance-maker, researcher and educator. Much of her work takes places on the interface between creative practice and social science. Her PhD  was a practice-based research looking at how the arts contribute to communities exploring and...
Isabel Carlisle

Isabel Carlisle

Within the first phase of establishing the Bioregional Learning Centre in South Devon I am conducting Action Research into the role of the arts, design and creativity in establishing/re-awakening place-based identity, finding greater connection to place and...
Christos Galanis

Christos Galanis

Currently a PhD candidate in the Human Geography dept. at Edinburgh University. My dissertation is a peripatetic ethnographic study of Munro-baggers and Scots-Canadian ‘homecomers.’ The study describes my informant’s relationships with the Highlands...
Dr Camilla Nelson

Dr Camilla Nelson

My research uses an entropic approach to investigate and reform human and other-than-human relations in language. This line of enquiry develops out of my PhD research (2009-2012) entitled “Reading & Writing with a Tree: Practising ‘Nature...
Dr Gemma Anderson

Dr Gemma Anderson

My research focus is on drawing as a way of knowing for art and science, as it has been cultivated in my own practice through the development and dissemination of drawing practices that extend understanding of, and engagement with, the diversity of natural form. The...