Digital Paths: Embedding the Humanities in Conservation Research

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An illustrated introduction to the emerging field of Conservation Humanities

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POSTPONED TO 2022 details to follow in the new year

Dr Jonathan Carruthers-Jones (University of Leeds) & Dr Roger Norum (University of Oulu) - 

If conservation is to fully “think like a human” (Adams, 2007)—a necessary step for solving conservation problems—it must become more interdisciplinary still by integrating environmental humanities into conservation education, science, and practice. The emerging field of conservation humanities, focused on biodiversity loss, aims to bridge the natural and human sciences, providing critical insights into questions of human culture, values, and practice. In this talk, we speak through a series of innovative, transdisciplinary approaches to conservation work, mobilising digital methods to document, analyse and communicate human perceptions towards conservation of wild spaces and species. 

https://conservationhumanities.com/corridor-talk/

https://www.oulu.fi/en/biodiverse-anthropocenes

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