CMRG sponsored sessions at AC2010

Sense of place, identity and culture in fishing communities
CMWG Session 40 Tuesday 1 September 2010

Convenor(s): Julie Urquhart (University of Greenwich), Tim Acott (University of Greenwich)
Chair(s): Julie Urquhart (University of Greenwich)

1 Channels of influence – the connections between inshore fishing and the surrounding community – Bekki Griffiths (Countryside and Community Research Institute), Janet Dwyer (Countryside and Community Research Institute), Jeremy Phillipson (University of Newcastle), John Powell (Countryside and Community Research Institute), Julie Urquhart (University of Greenwich), Malcolm Moseley (Countryside and Community Research Institute), Matt Reed (Countryside and Community Research Institute), Natalie Ross (University of Newcastle), Nick Lewis (Countryside and Community Research Institute), Paul Courtney (Countryside and Community Research Institute)
2 Zoutkamp: fishing village forever? Senses of places in transition – Arnold Paagman (Frei Residence, Netherlands), Dirk Strijker (University of Groningen, Netherlands ), Tialda Haartsen (University of Groningen, Netherlands )
3 Human Wellbeing and the Fisheries Crisis: The Impact of Policy In Northern  Ireland – Easkey Britton (University of Ulster)
4 Material culture, sense of place and marine fisheries in Cornwall and Kent – Julie Urquhart (University of Greenwich), Tim Acott (University of Greenwich)
5 Mapping for Reasons: combining social research and GIS mapping of fishing locations to understand behavioural pattern of small scale fisheries in the Dover Strait – Ludovic Dupuis (University of Greenwich), Roger Just (University of Kent), Yoshitaka Ota (Ocean Policy Research Foundation, Japan)

Social and Cultural Geographies of the Coast (1)
CMWG, SCGRG, UGRG session 73 Wednesday 2 September 2010

Convenor(s): Kim Ward (University of Exeter), Owain Jones (Countryside and Community Research Institute)
Chair(s): Owain Jones (Countryside and Community Research Institute)

1 Riding the crest of the regeneration wave and the uneven geographies of coastal societies. The case of St Leonards on Sea – Preena Shah (Loughborough University)
2 By the sea: social renewal in our coastal communities – Kim Ward (University of Exeter)
3 Geographies of coastal housing and HMO – Darren Smith (Loughborough University)
4 Complex urban governance and constructing the ‘social’ in ‘social sustainability’. A case study from the English coast – Johanne Orchard-Webb (University of Brighton)
5 Managed Retreat in Essex: Private Feelings and Public Responses – Stuart Oliver (St Mary’s University College)

Social and Cultural Geographies of the Coast (2)
CMWG, SCGRG, UGRG session 99 Wednesday 2 September 2010

Convenor(s): Kim Ward (University of Exeter), Owain Jones (Countryside and Community Research Institute)
Chair(s): Kim Ward (University of Exeter)

1 Beyond Commentary: integrating an artists practice into Flood Risk Management – Simon Read (Middlesex University)
2 Fishing cultures – marine fisheries and sense of place in coastal communities – Julie Urquhart (University of Greenwich), Tim Acott (University of Greenwich)
3 Learning from Blackpool: Illuminations and the aesthetics of the seaside – Steve Millington (Manchester Metropolitan University)
4 Beached – places of detritus, debris and destruction – Michael Crang (Durham University), Nicky Gregson (University of Sheffield)
5 Slipping through the (regulations) net? Coastal inshore fishing communities, sense of place and the future of the inshore industry? – Matt Reed (Countryside and Community Research Institute), Owain Jones (Countryside and Community Research Institute), Paul Courtney (Countryside and Community Research Institute)

Theorising the Sea

Convenor: Jon Anderson (Cardiff University), Kimberley Peters (Royal Holloway, University of London)
Chair: Kimberley Peters (Royal Holloway, University of London)

1 The Surfed Wave as Assemblage and ConvergenceJon Anderson (Cardiff University)
2 Fluid Dynamics and Dynamic Fluidity: Putting Marine Metaphors to Work – Baerbel G. Bischof (Florida State University, USA), Philip E. Steinberg (Florida State   University, USA)
3 Back To the Sea – research – exhibition – Signal Barnir (BezalelAcademy of Art&Design, Israel), Yael Moria (Israel Institute of Technology, Israel)
4 Sea Monsters on Medieval Maps as Indicators of Medieval Conceptions of the Ocean – Chet Van Duzer (Independent scholar)
5 The Geographical Ocean: From Non-Space to Space to Ocean-Space – Anne- Flore Laloë (University of Exeter)

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