- Thursdays, 14:00 GMT
James L. Smith (University College Cork), Tuba Azeem (Victoria University of Wellington), Melanie Bassett (University of Portsmouth), Elsa Devienne (Northumbria University), Xiaofei Gao (University of Colorado), Joana Gaspar de Freitas (University of Lisbon); Isaac Land (Indiana State University), David Worthington (University of the Highlands and Islands), Hannah Boast (University College Dublin) and Harrie Neal (University of York)
Scientists describe coasts as contact zones, transition areas, spaces of exchange of resources and energy, places of tensions. If we look into the history of societies living by the ocean, all these elements are present too: the contacts, exchanges, resources, flows, conflicts, social, political and cultural plurality. This seminar series explores coasts and their complexities in a wide range of disciplinary, thematic, cultural and geographic contexts.