Knowledge, Culture, Ecologies conference, Chile

Sarah Laborde is off to Chile next week. She will first visit colleagues at the University of Concepcion, where she will give a talk in the Department of Geography on her current collaboration with Sue Jackson, river ecologists and Traditional Owners of the Fitzroy River around the cultural dimensions of river flows.
She will then be in Santiago to present at the Knowledge/Culture/Ecologies Conference, which will host academics, practitioners and activists from a range of knowledge backgrounds from more than 180 institutions and 30 countries to debate the shifting roles of knowledges, cultures and environments in historical, contemporary and future scenarios of crisis and resilience; environmental justice and inequality; governance; socio-environmental change; and reckonings with nature.
Stay tuned for a report on the conference.

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