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Professor Catherine Leyshon   (nee Brace )

Professor Catherine Leyshon (nee Brace )

Associate Professor of Human Geography

 01326 371810

 Peter Lanyon A090

 

Peter Lanyon Building, University of Exeter, Penryn Campus, Treliever Road, Penryn, Cornwall, TR10 9FE, UK

 Office hours:

2918-2019

Term 2: Tuesday 10-11 and Friday 11-12.

Overview

Catherine is a human geographer whose work is unified by an interest in landscape, place, identty and socal relations in space. Most recently, Catherine’s research has followed two main strands looking at: i) social innovation and volunteering in place; and ii) landscape and climate change. 

Social Innovation and Volunteering in Place: Catherine's research asks how social innovation is linked to the particular configurations of people, energy, resources, agencies, and organisations in place. She also looks at the role of volunteers in social innovation. She is co-director of the Social Innovation Group (SIG), with Michael Leyshon. SIG research focuses on place-based, person-centred approaches to care, however broadly care is defined. The SIG team currently work on several EU-funded projects with Volunteer Cornwall, local housing associations, local GPs, the Eden Project, and other organisations in Cornwall and beyond. 

Landscape and climate change: this work focuses on and the particular challenges of managing culturally iconic and ecologically important landscapes through multi-agency working with different knowledge communities. Catherine works with Natural England, the National Trust and other organisations in the Linking the Lizard partnership. 

Catherine has extensive experience of working with research parterners and stakeholders including Natural England, the National Trust, the AONB partnership, Cornwall Council, Age UK, Volunteer Cornwall, NHS Kernow, and others. She has research collaborations with colleagues at the University of Hamburg and elsewhere in the EU.

Outside the department, Catherine is a member of the Partnership Board of the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (2013-date) and a member of the Board of Trustees of Volunteer Cornwall (2012-date). Catherine is also an active member of the Linking the Lizard Countryside Partnership (www.the-lizard.org/). She was a contributor to WP 4 of the National Ecosystem Services Assessment Follow On.

Personal Interests

Catherine likes to run and she completed four half marathons and four marathons. In 2013, Catherine took up sea swimming and is trying to devise a means of zipping a hot water bottle into her wetsuit. When she is not running or swimming, Catherine enjoys baking cakes. Her particular specialisms are lemon drizzle cake and fruit cake but she has recently developed a recipe for salted caramel cupcakes that are life-changingly delicious. She also likes baking bread and trying new recipes. Catherine likes to read restaurant reviews, cook books, and novels. She has recently rediscovered her childhood love of Sci-Fi novels. In terms of superheros, Catherine is 100% Marvel, not DC. Catherine is especially vigilant about the misuse of apostrophes, having been converted to their proper use in her twenties. With the zeal of the converted, Catherine is also critical of the improper use of 'less' instead of 'fewer'. Catherine dislikes shopping, except for cooking ingredients.

Qualifications

BA (CNAA),
MA (Toronto),
PhD (Bristol)

Career

Catherine became interested in historical and cultural geography as an undergraduate and pursued this interest through an MA by research at the University of Toronto. In 1996 she was appointed as a Lecturer in Human Geography at Exeter. Catherine completed her PhD thesis on "Finding England Everywhere: Representations of the Cotswolds 1880-1950" during her first year as a lecturer and has since developed lines of inquiry from her PhD work. Her research is unified by an interest in landscape, place, and identity. She has researched landscape, national identity and regional identity; geography and film; geography and literature; geography and religion; cultural landscapes and climate change; and cultural ecosystem services; volunteering and resilient communities; place-based, person-centred approaches to care.

Research group links

Research

Research projects

Social Innovation Group - SIG

Catherine Leyshon is the co-director of the Social Innovation Group. Our work focuses on social innovation at every scale, from the individual in communities to big organisations. We work across different sectors, including health and social care, housing, employment and the environment. Our project partners include Volunteer Cornwall, the Voluntary Sector Forum, several housing associations, and charities devoted to supporting people in communities. Visit our website: volunteersincommunities.org

VICTOR

VICTOR stands for Volunteers In Communities: Training, Organisation and Retention. Catherine is working with Michael Leyshon (Geography, Penryn), Age UK, Volunteer Cornwall, NHS Kernow and other partners on the role of volunteers in the co-production and delivery of a range of services including health and social care for the elderly in Cornwall. Visit our website: volunteersincommunities.org

Managing Cultural and Natural Landscapes

Building on work that has been ongoing since 2009, Catherine has been exploring the management of cultural and natural landscapes, focused on the Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall, UK. Catherine works with Natural England and other agencies in the Linking the Lizard Countryside Partnership to explore i) the envisioning of climate impacts on landscape and the development of environmental knowledge; ii) the challenges of multi-agency working with different knowledge communities; iii) the various conceptual approaches to landscape management including the Ecosystem Services approach, the Ecological Network Approach, Landscape and Seascape Characterisation (both natural and historical). Catherine is a regular contributor to the blog of the Linking the Lizard Countryside Partnership: http://www.the-lizard.org/  

Catherine also collaborates in research on coastal change, landscape management, cultural heritage, landscape, and identity with colleagues at the University of Hamburg.

Geographies of Religion
Catherine has worked with Dr David Harvey and Dr Adrian Bailey on a project entitled "Geographies of Religion: The role of Methodism in Cornish cultures, c.1830-1930" which examines the influence of Methodism in the formation of communal identities during the 19th and early 20th centuries in Cornwall. Drawing from existing literature on the geographies of religion, this project seeks to understand the dynamics of place-based identities and the role of Methodist religion (both formal and informal) in the construction and historical development of communities in Cornwall. This work was funded by the Leverhulme Trust and has been published widely (see publication list).

Understanding Landscape
Catherine has recently completed a project funded by the AHRC under their Landscape and Environment Programme on Understanding Landscape. This Networks and Workshops programmes starts from the view that, traditionally, geographers have been interested in landscape but have not been very successful in understanding how people create a sense of place and attachment to landscape through literature. When literary scholars, on the other hand, study literature and landscape, they tend to do this in abstract or purely theoretical terms. They also focus on published novelists and poets and have not traditionally paid attention to ordinary, real people who express their identities in part through writing about themselves and their everyday lives. A series of workshops and conferences explored these issues. 

Geography and Film
Catherine has worked with Dr Michael Leyshon on geography and film, looking in particular at deviant ruralities. They have also produced work on British War film. See publications list for more details.

Research grants

  • 2016 Reading Agency
    The research is a small qualitative study evaluating the attitudes and perceptions held by users of the Adult Reading Well Books on Prescription scheme available through public libraries across England. The research will also examine the potential to involve community based volunteers in supporting people to engage and use books on the scheme and activate wider community support.
  • 2016 ESRC Impact Acceleration Award
    This Impact Cultivation Award will fund a focused two-day workshop with project partners, to: 1. Explore the knowledge and capacity-building needs of UK-based environmental charities, such as the RSPB and the WWT, for enabling and promoting inclusive onsite sensory, physical, social and intellectual experiences in nature-based settings for people living with visual impairment (Day 1). 2. Examine how these charities can best realise and evidence the social and economic benefits of promoting these socially inclusive multisensory nature experiences (Day 2).
  • 2016 European Regional Development Fund
    SMARTLINE is a research and innovation project aimed at supporting the growth of eHealth and eWellbeing of the small and medium enterprise (SME) sector in Cornwall through the identification and support for products, processes and services that will improved the health and wellbeing of social housing tenants and build the cohesion of their communities. This is a partnership project involving the University of Exeter, Coastline Housing, Volunteer Cornwall and Cornwall Council.
  • 2009 ESF
    From climate to landscape - imagining the future

Links


Publications

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


Geoghegan H, Leyshon C (In Press). On climate change and cultural geography: farming on the Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall, UK. Climatic Change
Köpsel V, Walsh C, Leyshon C (2017). Landscape narratives in practice: implications for climate change adaptation. Geographical Journal, 183(2), 175-186. Abstract.  Full text.
Leyshon née Brace C, Geoghegan H (2012). Anticipatory objects and uncertain imminence: Cattle grids, landscape and the presencing of climate change on the Lizard Peninsula, UK. Area
Leyshon CS, Brace C (2010). Human geographies of climate change: Landscape, temporality, and lay knowledges. Progress in Human Geography Abstract.
Brace C, Johns-Putra AG (2010). Recovering Inspiration in the Spaces of Creative Writing. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 35(2), 399-413. Abstract.
Brace C, Johns-Putra AG (2010). The Importance of Process. In Brace C, Johns-Putra A (Eds.) Process: Landscape and Text, Amsterdam: Rodopi, 29-44.  Abstract.

Publications by category


Books

Brace C, Bailey AR, Harvey DC, Thomas N, Carter S (eds)(2011). Emerging Geographies of Belief. UK, Cambridge Scholars.
Brace C, Johns-Putra AG (2010). Process: Landscape and Text. Amsterdam, Rodopi. Abstract.

Journal articles

Leyshon CS (In Press). Finding the coast: environmental governance and the characterisation of land and sea. Area Full text.
Geoghegan H, Leyshon C (In Press). On climate change and cultural geography: farming on the Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall, UK. Climatic Change
Davies T, Cowley A, Bennie J, Leyshon C, Inger R, Carter H, Robinson B, Duffy JP, Casalegno S, Lambert G, et al (2019). Correction: Popular interest in vertebrates does not reflect extinction risk and is associated with bias in conservation investment. PLoS One, 14(2). Abstract.  Author URL.
Bell SL, Leyshon C, Phoenix C (2019). Negotiating nature’s weather worlds in the context of life with sight impairment. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers Full text.
Davies T, Cowley A, Bennie J, Leyshon C, Inger R, Carter H, Robinson B, Duffy J, Casalegno S, Lambert G, et al (2018). Popular interest in vertebrates does not reflect extinction risk and is associated with bias in conservation investment. PLoS One, 13(9). Abstract.  Author URL.
Bell SL, Leyshon C, Foley R, Kearns R (2018). The "healthy dose" of nature: a cautionary tale. Geography Compass Full text.
Leyshon C, Leyshon M, Jeffries J (2018). The complex spaces of co-production, volunteering, ageing and care. Area Abstract.  Full text.
Köpsel V, Walsh C, Leyshon C (2017). Landscape narratives in practice: implications for climate change adaptation. Geographical Journal, 183(2), 175-186. Abstract.  Full text.
Kaesehage K, Leyshon M, Ferns G, Leyshon C (2017). Seriously Personal: the Reasons that Motivate Entrepreneurs to Address Climate Change. Journal of Business Ethics Full text.
Leyshon C (2014). Critical issues in social science climate change research. Contemporary Social Science, 9(4), 359-373. Abstract.  Full text.
Leyshon C (2014). Cultural ecosystem services and the challenge for cultural geography. Geography Compass, 8(10), 710-725. Abstract.  Full text.
Leyshon née Brace C, Geoghegan H (2012). Anticipatory objects and uncertain imminence: Cattle grids, landscape and the presencing of climate change on the Lizard Peninsula, UK. Area
Geoghegan H, Leyshon C (2012). Erratum to: on climate change and cultural geography: farming on the Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall, UK. Climatic Change, 1-1.
Leyshon CS, Geoghegan H (2012). Shifting Shores: Managing Challenge and Change on the Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall, UK. Landscape Research Abstract.  Author URL.
Leyshon CS, Brace C (2010). Human geographies of climate change: Landscape, temporality, and lay knowledges. Progress in Human Geography Abstract.
Brace C, Johns-Putra AG (2010). Recovering Inspiration in the Spaces of Creative Writing. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 35(2), 399-413. Abstract.
Bailey A, Brace C, Harvey DC (2009). Three Geographers in an Archive: positions, predilections and passing comment on transient lives. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 34(2), 254-269. Abstract.  Full text.
Leyshon M, Brace C (2007). Men and the desert: Contested masculinities in Ice Cold in Alex. GENDER, PLACE AND CULTURE, 14(2), 163-182. Abstract.
Harvey DC, Bailey AR, Brace C (2007). Parading the Cornish subject: Methodist Sunday schools in west Cornwall, c.1830-1930. Journal of Historical Geography, 33(1), 24-44. Abstract.  Full text.
Harvey DC, Bailey A, Brace C (2006). Religion, place and space: a framework for investigating historical geographies of religious identities and communities. Progress in Human Geography, 30(1), 28-43. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Leyshon CS (2003). Envisioning England: the Visual in Countryside Writing in the 1930s and 1940s. Landscape Research, 28(4), 365-382.
Brace C (2002). The West Country as a literary invention - putting fiction in its place. JOURNAL OF RURAL STUDIES, 18(4), 491-492. Author URL.
Brace C (2001). Introducing human geographies. JOURNAL OF HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY, 27(2), 309-310. Author URL.
Leyshon CS (2001). Publishing and publishers: towards an historical geography of countryside writing, c. 1930 - 1950. Area, 33(3), 287-296.
Brace C (2000). A pleasure ground for the noisy herds? Incompatible encounters with the Cotswolds and England, 1900-1950. Rural History, 11(1), 75-94. Abstract.
Brace C (2000). Landscape and englishness. ECUMENE, 7(4), 477-478. Author URL.
Brace C (1999). Finding England everywhere: Regional identity and the construction of national identity, 1890-1940. Ecumene, 6(1), 90-109. Abstract.
Brace C (1999). Gardenesque imagery in the representation of regional and national identity: the Cotswold garden of stone. Journal of Rural Studies, 15(4), 365-376. Abstract.
Brace C (1999). Landscape and englishness. GEOGRAPHICAL JOURNAL, 165, 338-339. Author URL.
Brace C (1999). Looking back: the Cotswolds and English national identity, c. 1890-1950. Journal of Historical Geography, 25(4), 502-516. Abstract.
Brace C (1997). A dream of England: landscape, photography and the tourist's imagination - Taylor,J. ECUMENE, 4(3), 357-359. Author URL.
Brace C (1997). Corruption, pollution, and the problems of public works provision: the Garrison Creek sewer scandal in late-nineteenth century Toronto. Historical Geography, 25(1-2), 113-123.
Brace C, Roberts J (1996). Young research workers in historical geography. AREA, 28(2), 283-284. Author URL.
Brace C (1995). Public works in the Canadian city; the provision of sewers in Toronto 1870-1913. Urban History Review, 23(2), 33-44. Abstract.

Chapters

Walker T, Leyshon C (2017). Resilience to what and for whom in landscape management. In  (Ed) Governing for Resilience in Vulnerable Places, 38-56.  Abstract.
Brace C, Johns-Putra AG (2010). The Importance of Process. In Brace C, Johns-Putra A (Eds.) Process: Landscape and Text, Amsterdam: Rodopi, 29-44.  Abstract.
Brace C, Leyshon M (2007). Deviant Sexualities and Dark Ruralities in the War Zone’. In Fish R (Ed) Cinematic Countrysides, Manchester University Press.
Brace C (2006). Landscapes and senses of place. In Kain R (Ed) England's Landscape: the South West, Harper Collins with English Hertiage.
Brace C (2003). Landscapes of Identity. In Robertson I, Richards P (Eds.) Studying Cultural Landscapes, Arnold.
Brace C (2003). Rural Mappings. In Cloke P (Ed) Country Visions, Pearson.

Publications by year


In Press

Leyshon CS (In Press). Finding the coast: environmental governance and the characterisation of land and sea. Area Full text.
Geoghegan H, Leyshon C (In Press). On climate change and cultural geography: farming on the Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall, UK. Climatic Change

2019

Davies T, Cowley A, Bennie J, Leyshon C, Inger R, Carter H, Robinson B, Duffy JP, Casalegno S, Lambert G, et al (2019). Correction: Popular interest in vertebrates does not reflect extinction risk and is associated with bias in conservation investment. PLoS One, 14(2). Abstract.  Author URL.
Bell SL, Leyshon C, Phoenix C (2019). Negotiating nature’s weather worlds in the context of life with sight impairment. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers Full text.

2018

Davies T, Cowley A, Bennie J, Leyshon C, Inger R, Carter H, Robinson B, Duffy J, Casalegno S, Lambert G, et al (2018). Popular interest in vertebrates does not reflect extinction risk and is associated with bias in conservation investment. PLoS One, 13(9). Abstract.  Author URL.
Bell SL, Leyshon C, Foley R, Kearns R (2018). The "healthy dose" of nature: a cautionary tale. Geography Compass Full text.
Leyshon C, Leyshon M, Jeffries J (2018). The complex spaces of co-production, volunteering, ageing and care. Area Abstract.  Full text.

2017

Köpsel V, Walsh C, Leyshon C (2017). Landscape narratives in practice: implications for climate change adaptation. Geographical Journal, 183(2), 175-186. Abstract.  Full text.
Walker T, Leyshon C (2017). Resilience to what and for whom in landscape management. In  (Ed) Governing for Resilience in Vulnerable Places, 38-56.  Abstract.
Kaesehage K, Leyshon M, Ferns G, Leyshon C (2017). Seriously Personal: the Reasons that Motivate Entrepreneurs to Address Climate Change. Journal of Business Ethics Full text.

2014

Leyshon C (2014). Critical issues in social science climate change research. Contemporary Social Science, 9(4), 359-373. Abstract.  Full text.
Leyshon C (2014). Cultural ecosystem services and the challenge for cultural geography. Geography Compass, 8(10), 710-725. Abstract.  Full text.

2012

Leyshon née Brace C, Geoghegan H (2012). Anticipatory objects and uncertain imminence: Cattle grids, landscape and the presencing of climate change on the Lizard Peninsula, UK. Area
Geoghegan H, Leyshon C (2012). Erratum to: on climate change and cultural geography: farming on the Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall, UK. Climatic Change, 1-1.
Leyshon CS, Geoghegan H (2012). Shifting Shores: Managing Challenge and Change on the Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall, UK. Landscape Research Abstract.  Author URL.

2011

Brace C, Bailey AR, Harvey DC, Thomas N, Carter S (eds)(2011). Emerging Geographies of Belief. UK, Cambridge Scholars.

2010

Leyshon CS, Brace C (2010). Human geographies of climate change: Landscape, temporality, and lay knowledges. Progress in Human Geography Abstract.
Brace C, Johns-Putra AG (2010). Process: Landscape and Text. Amsterdam, Rodopi. Abstract.
Brace C, Johns-Putra AG (2010). Recovering Inspiration in the Spaces of Creative Writing. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 35(2), 399-413. Abstract.
Brace C, Johns-Putra AG (2010). The Importance of Process. In Brace C, Johns-Putra A (Eds.) Process: Landscape and Text, Amsterdam: Rodopi, 29-44.  Abstract.

2009

Bailey A, Brace C, Harvey DC (2009). Three Geographers in an Archive: positions, predilections and passing comment on transient lives. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 34(2), 254-269. Abstract.  Full text.

2007

Brace C, Leyshon M (2007). Deviant Sexualities and Dark Ruralities in the War Zone’. In Fish R (Ed) Cinematic Countrysides, Manchester University Press.
Leyshon M, Brace C (2007). Men and the desert: Contested masculinities in Ice Cold in Alex. GENDER, PLACE AND CULTURE, 14(2), 163-182. Abstract.
Harvey DC, Bailey AR, Brace C (2007). Parading the Cornish subject: Methodist Sunday schools in west Cornwall, c.1830-1930. Journal of Historical Geography, 33(1), 24-44. Abstract.  Full text.

2006

Brace C (2006). Landscapes and senses of place. In Kain R (Ed) England's Landscape: the South West, Harper Collins with English Hertiage.
Harvey DC, Bailey A, Brace C (2006). Religion, place and space: a framework for investigating historical geographies of religious identities and communities. Progress in Human Geography, 30(1), 28-43. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

2003

Leyshon CS (2003). Envisioning England: the Visual in Countryside Writing in the 1930s and 1940s. Landscape Research, 28(4), 365-382.
Brace C (2003). Landscapes of Identity. In Robertson I, Richards P (Eds.) Studying Cultural Landscapes, Arnold.
Brace C (2003). Rural Mappings. In Cloke P (Ed) Country Visions, Pearson.

2002

Brace C (2002). The West Country as a literary invention - putting fiction in its place. JOURNAL OF RURAL STUDIES, 18(4), 491-492. Author URL.

2001

Brace C (2001). Introducing human geographies. JOURNAL OF HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY, 27(2), 309-310. Author URL.
Leyshon CS (2001). Publishing and publishers: towards an historical geography of countryside writing, c. 1930 - 1950. Area, 33(3), 287-296.

2000

Brace C (2000). A pleasure ground for the noisy herds? Incompatible encounters with the Cotswolds and England, 1900-1950. Rural History, 11(1), 75-94. Abstract.
Brace C (2000). Landscape and englishness. ECUMENE, 7(4), 477-478. Author URL.

1999

Brace C (1999). Finding England everywhere: Regional identity and the construction of national identity, 1890-1940. Ecumene, 6(1), 90-109. Abstract.
Brace C (1999). Gardenesque imagery in the representation of regional and national identity: the Cotswold garden of stone. Journal of Rural Studies, 15(4), 365-376. Abstract.
Brace C (1999). Landscape and englishness. GEOGRAPHICAL JOURNAL, 165, 338-339. Author URL.
Brace C (1999). Looking back: the Cotswolds and English national identity, c. 1890-1950. Journal of Historical Geography, 25(4), 502-516. Abstract.

1997

Brace C (1997). A dream of England: landscape, photography and the tourist's imagination - Taylor,J. ECUMENE, 4(3), 357-359. Author URL.
Brace C (1997). Corruption, pollution, and the problems of public works provision: the Garrison Creek sewer scandal in late-nineteenth century Toronto. Historical Geography, 25(1-2), 113-123.

1996

Brace C, Roberts J (1996). Young research workers in historical geography. AREA, 28(2), 283-284. Author URL.

1995

Brace C (1995). Public works in the Canadian city; the provision of sewers in Toronto 1870-1913. Urban History Review, 23(2), 33-44. Abstract.

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External Engagement and Impact

Committee/panel activities

AHRC:

Peer Review College (2008-2015)

Knowledge Exchange College (2012-date)

Strategic Reviewers' Group (2013-date)

AONB: Partnership Board of the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (2013-date)

Volunteer Cornwall: Board of Trustees (2012-date)

Teaching

Undergraduate modules:

Postgraduate modules:

I am the programme director for Flexible Combined Honours programmes in the Centre for Geography, Environment and Society.

Modules

2018/19


Supervision / Group

Postdoctoral researchers

  • Laura Colebrooke
  • Timothy Walker

Postgraduate researchers

  • Nik Heerens (2010-2013) - The Role of Higher Education in Regional Economic Regeneration. Nik is funded by a partnership with the Combined Universities in Cornwall.

Alumni

  • Dr Hilary Geoghegan (Post-doc)
  • Dr Kathi Kaesehage (Post-doc)
  • Jenny Lee (PhD)
  • Annie Lovejoy (PhD) (Falmouth University, 2006-2011) - Place and Identity in Process Based Art. This is a joint supervision between Professor Brace and Dr Daro Montag at Falmouth University, funded by the AHRC.
  • Elidh Moir (PhD) (University of Exeter, 2008-2011) - Forging New Governance through Localism. Eilidh is funded by Cornwall County Council.
  • Ben Oldcorn (PhD)
  • Hilary Phillips (Falmouth University, 2008-2013 part time) - Reconstruction deconstructed: a study of post war housing in Plymouth. This is a joint supervision between Professor Brace and Dr Fiona Hackney at Falmouth University. Hilary is funded via the AHRC.
  • Lucy Rose (PhD)
  • Sarah Thomson (PhD) (2009-2012) - The Outdoor Landscapes of Cornwalls Secondary Schools: Exploring the Politics of Design. Sarah is funded by an AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award with Cornwall Council.
  • Tea Tverin (PhD) (2009-2012) - Giving Children the Chance to be Children : Memory, Identity and Holidays in the Countryside. Tea is funded by the ESRC cluster for Sport, Leisure and Tourism.
  • Timothy Walker (2011-2016) - Climate Change and Vulnerable Communities. Tim is funded by an ESRC Doctoral Training Centre award.

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