Conference Papers

Roberts, L. McEwen, L., DeSilvey, C. & Liguori, A. (2018) ‘Finding ‘ways-in’ to different publics through translation processes: fluid methodologies and creating place-based intersections between research evidence and experience.’ At Association of American Geographers Annual Conference, New Orleans. Session title: Public Engagement as Purpose. (View abstract and slides)

McEwen, L. J. , Ragab R., Wilson, M., Blake, J.,McGuinness, M., and Thompson, J. and DRY consortium. (2018) ‘DRY (Drought risk and you): Methodological issues in bringing narrative and science together to support decision-making in local drought risk management in the UK’. European Geophysical Union Conference – Vienna, April

McEwen, L. J. , Wilson, M., Roberts, E. and Ragab, R. (2018) Storying drought with communities: who are the harbingers of drought and the watershed thinkers? About Drought Showcase in Birmingham – 14th March.

McEwen, L. J. and the DRY Consortium. (2018) Developing a narrative-science resource in a multi-stakeholder decision-making utility for drought risk management. About Drought Showcase in Birmingham – 14th March .

Liguori, A. Kraus, S., Wilson, M. & Bakewell, L. (2017) ‘From Personal to Collective: Singing Water Stories In the UK – Exploring Environmental Narratives Through Digital Storytelling and Songwriting in DRY Project.’ At Narratives and Alternative Stories Conference, University of Chester.

Weitkamp, E., Corner, A., McEwen, L. (2017) Communicating drought risk in a wet climate: reflections on the UK DRY project. Conference on Communication and Environment, Leicester, UK. 29 June – 2 July.

Weitkamp, E., Corner, A., Sardo, M., McEwen, L. (2017) Communicating Drought Risk in a Wet Climate: Reflections on the DRY project. COCE, Leicester, UK. 29 June – 2nd July

McEwen, L. J. and the DRY project consortium (2017) DRY: Drought Risk and You Developing a narrative-science resource in a multi-stakeholder decision-making utility for drought risk management, 3rd European Climate Change Adaptation Conference 2017, Glasgow University, May.

Roberts, L., McEwen, L., Garde-Hansen, J. & McEwen, L. (2016) ‘UK experiences and perceptions of water / scarcity: narratives of blame and empowerment’. At Association of American Geographers Annual Conference, San Francisco. Session title: Public Engagement as Purpose. Session title: The Moralities of Drought.

Liguori, A., Corner, A., & Wilson, M. (2016) ‘My true UK drought risk story’: The role of storytelling to understand (mis)conceptions and beliefs that drive behaviors.’ At Climate Change: Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics, University of Brighton.

Wilson, M., McEwen, L., Liguori, A., Roberts, L., & Blake, J. (2016) ‘Bridging science and community knowledges: exploring digital storytelling as ‘translational tool’ for stakeholder engagement in drought risk management’. At Annual MeCCSA Conference, Canterbury Christ Church University. (View abstract)

Weitkamp, E., Constant, N., Ayling, S., McEwen, L. (2016) Citizen and community engagement within the Drought Risk and You project, Science in Public, Canterbury, 13-15 July.

Weitkamp, E., Constant, N., Sardo, M., Ayling, S., McEwen, L. (2016). Understanding Drought Risk Science: the role of citizen science in engaging volunteers and school children. Society for Risk Analysis Europe, Bath, 13 June.

McEwen, L. J. and the DRY project consortium (2016) Drought risk management: Developing a drought narrative resource in a multi-stakeholder decision-making utility. Session organised by DRY project at Society for Risk Analysis – Europe conference, 19th June, Bath.

Corner, A., Shaw, C., McEwen, L. J. and Weitkamp, E. (2016) Communicating drought risks & engaging the public. Session organised by DRY at Society for Risk Analysis – Europe conference 19th June 2016, Bath.

McEwen, L. J. and the DRY project consortium (2016) Drought risk management: Developing a drought narrative resource in a multi-stakeholder decision-making utility. First Drought and Water Scarcity Programme conference, Oxford University, 23-24 June.

Liguori, A., & Roberts, L. (2015) ‘“Thinking in systems”: digital storytelling, knowledge hierarchies and environmental narratives’. At 4th International Visual Methods Conference, Brighton. (Download the abstract and the slides)

DRY Project Consortium (2015) ‘DRY: Drought Risk and You – Developing a narrative-­science resource in a multi-stakeholder decision-­making utility for drought risk management’. At MaRIUS Symposium, Oxford. (View slides)

Roberts, L., DeSilvey, C., McEwen, L. & Liguori, A. (2015) ‘Storytelling for drought resilience: local communities, memories and legacy’. At Annual International Conference of the Royal Geographical Society, Exeter. (Download the abstract and the slides)

Roberts, L., Constant, N., Sardo, M., Liguori, A. (2015) ‘Narrating Science in Public: The approach of an interdisciplinary project to create new reflective spaces’. At Science in Public Conference 2015: Research, Practice, Impact, Bristol. (Download the abstract and the slides)

Liguori, A. & Roberts, L. (2015) ‘Digital storytelling and place-attachment: a ‘lens’ through which to analyse people’s values in the Drought Risk and You (DRY) Project’. At Digital Humanities: Transformative Landscapes, Derby. (Download the abstract and the slides)

White, M., Taylor, T., Staddon, P., Stanke, C., Bone, A. & McEwen, L. (2015) ‘Drought risk and health in the UK: Using an ecological stakeholder approach to investigate the challenges and solutions’. At Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting. (View slides)

Ayling, S., Constant, N. & Thompson, J. (2015) ‘Visit to Simms Hill (Drought Risk and You Project)’. At Geography Conference UWE, Bristol. (View abstract)

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