New publication on Bernhard Grzimek & the Bavarian Forest National Park

Graham Huggan has published a new article in the Ecozona: European Journal of Literature, Culture & Environment. “From the Serengeti to the Bavarian Forest, and back again: Bernhard Grzimel, celebrity conservation, and the transnational politics of national parks” is free to download on the journal website.

Call for papers: Special Issue “Perspectives on Conservation Humanities”

Corridor Talk PI Graham Huggan is looking for contributions to a special issue on Conservation Humanities. Broadly defined, conservation humanities is an emerging paradigm that exists within the larger multi- and interdisciplinary field of environmental humanities, and which aims at using humanities-based methods—textual and discourse analysis, philosophical and historical inquiry, ethnographic fieldwork—to shed light onContinue reading “Call for papers: Special Issue “Perspectives on Conservation Humanities””

Recommendations from the 15th International Scientific Wadden Sea Symposium

In December, Eveline de Smalen attended the 15th International Scientific Wadden Sea Symposium, where she presented on Teaching the Wadden Sea through Literature, the project she is working on as part of Corridor Talk. At this symposium, panelists in 7 different thematic sessions met after their panel presentations to discuss sets of recommendations for scienceContinue reading “Recommendations from the 15th International Scientific Wadden Sea Symposium”

Bernhard Grzimek and the Bavarian Forest National Park

Another article has been accepted for publication in the context of the ‘Corridor Talk’ project! Graham Huggan’s short piece focuses on the work of the German ‘celebrity conservationist’, Bernhard Grzimek, situating it in the context of historical and contemporary debates about the political and ecological importance of national parks.