Recent updates from the Digital Ecologies research group:
- Pauline, Adam, and Jonny presented their research at the Digitized and Datafied Animals workshop online in October.
- Digital Ecologies @ Wageningen was held in September 2022. We look forward to returning to returning soon!
We’re excited to be working with Karolina Uskakovych as the Digital Ecologies artist in residence! Karolina will work with Jonny and Adam, curating their exhibit Nature Buffering.
We are delighted to welcome Dr Julia Poerting as a new member of the Digital Ecologies research team!
Digital Ecologies in Practice 2022 conference in Bonn was a wonderful success. We are currently preparing an edited collection with cultural geographies in practice to publish the proceedings.
Jonny and Adam (with Jamie Lorimer) published a new paper on anthropause environmentalisms, looking at the use of digital technologies to notice natures during the COVID-19 lockdowns.
Adam and Jonny (with Bill Adams) published a new paper on digital peregrines and technonatural history in Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers.
Oscar and Jonny (with Siddharth Unnithan Kumar, Tim Hodgetts, and Sam Cushman) expanded on their minimal ecologies DE blog post in a recent journal article on the technologies involved in measuring landscape connectivity.
Jonny, Adam, Henry and Eva Giraud received a contract for our edited collection – Digital Ecologies: mediating more-than-human worlds – from Manchester University Press, scheduled for release in 2023.
- The Digital Ecologies team presented the first draft of their research agenda to the Oxford More-than-human Seminar in September 2021.
- Jonny and Adam presented a research agenda for the emerging field of digital ecologies at the RGS’s Digital Geographies Annual Symposium on 14th July 2021. This session is now available to watch on YouTube.
- Pauline chaired a session at the Drone Ecologies workshop at the University of Bristol on 5th and 6th July 2021. More details, and the conference programme, can be found here.
Adam and Jonny recently presented their work (with Bill Adams) on “Digital Winged Geographies” on Friday 25th June 2021 to the Winged Geographies research group at the University of Cambridge. This talk discussed their work with urban peregrine falcons and nestcams, and can be viewed online at the following link.
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