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Paul Robbins: University of Cambridge International Fellow

Paul Robbins: University of Cambridge International Fellow

10th -14th February, 2014
Various venues. All welcome.

Paul Robbins is director of the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. His research focuses on biodiversity, wildlife, and environmental management, especially in the politically complex man-made landscapes of the Anthropocene.

Among other books, he is the author of Political Ecology: A Critical Introduction, a best-selling text, and Lawn People: How Grasses, Weeds, and Chemicals Make Us Who We Are.

Paul Robbins

Political Ecology Group, Early Career Researcher Seminar

Seminar Room, Department of Geography, Downing Site
Tuesday 11 February 2014, 1pm-2pm

Further details about this talk are available.

Conservation seminar

Producing Eden: Can wildlife thrive beyond national parks in India?

Large Lecture Theatre, Department of Geography, Downing Site.
Wednesday 12 February 2014, 5pm-6pm

Public Lecture, hosted by Cambridge Conservation Seminars and the Cambridge University Geographical Society (CUGS).

Further details about this talk are available.

Departmental seminar

No Going Back: The Scientific and Political Ethics of Ecological Novelty

Small Lecture Theatre, Department of Geography, Downing Site.
Thursday 13 February 2014, 4.30pm-6pm

Department of Geography Seminar Series.

Further details about this talk are available.