Landscape and Identity: Interdisciplinary Explorations of Being in the World - 26-27/03/2020, Durham
The interrelation between human identities and the landscapes and environments they inhabit is recognised in many disciplines throughout the Arts and Humanities and Social Sciences. With different disciplinary histories, backgrounds, research traditions, and paradigms, all these disciplines employ their own theories, approaches, and methods to study the link between landscapes, environments, and human identities across time and space. However, they all share common interests as well.
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Durham University (Durham, England)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Esther Meijer, Classics and Ancient History ; Floor Huisman, Cambridge Archaeological Unit James Coxon, Anthropology Vicky J. Penn, English Studies Diego Astorga, Geography Christoph Doppelhofer, Geography