Wed, 15 Sep | Online event

People and Landscapes - Learning from indigenous perspectives

How culture shapes our relationships with the land and non-human beings. The global importance of traditional ecological knowledge and biocultural diversity. Can we apply Indigenous perspectives to our local landscapes?
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People and Landscapes - Learning from indigenous perspectives

Time & Location

15 Sep, 20:00 – 21:30
Online event

About the Event

A TALK BY DR. SARAH E. EDWARDS

INSTITUTE OF HUMAN SCIENCES AND OXFORD BOTANIC GARDEN & ARBORETUM, UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD

Based on fieldwork with Aboriginal communities in Northern Australia, the talk will explore:

How culture shapes our relationships with the land and non-human beings.

The global importance of traditional ecological knowledge and biocultural diversity. Can we apply Indigenous perspectives to our local landscapes?

Registration is Closed

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