Dr Nadia Bartolini
Associate Research Fellow

Profile

I am currently working with Dr Caitlin DeSilvey on a project investigating how heritage policies and values are managed in the context of landscapes and structures in transformation. The work is part of the AHRC-funded grant ‘Assembling Alternative Futures for Heritage’ (2015-2019). I completed my PhD in Geography at the Open University in 2011, and I hold and MA and BA in Geography from the University of Ottawa (Canada). Before moving to the UK in 2007, I worked over 10 years in Aboriginal research and policy in the Canadian federal government.

Broad research specialisms:

  • Urban cultures
  • Materiality and the built environment
  • Heritage, memory and identity
  • Spirituality, belief systems and wellbeing
  • Aboriginal heritage and land claims

I am a member of the Environment and Sustainability Institute.

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Qualifications

2011 PhD in Geography (Open University)
2003 M.A. in Geography (University of Ottawa)
1997 B.A. in Geography (University of Ottawa)

Contact details


Email
AddressEnvironment and Sustainability Institute
University of Exeter
Penryn Campus
Penryn
Cornwall
TR10 9FE
UK

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