Conference Papers

Conference presentations

– Narratives and Alternative Stories Conference
University of Chester, 11-12 September 2017

Authors
Dr Antonia Liguori (Loughborough University)
Sharron Kraus (flok singer songwriter)
Professor Michael Wilson (Loughborough University)
Dr Lyndsey Bakewell (Loughborough University)

Title
From Personal To Collective: Singing Water Stories In the UK
Exploring Environmental Narratives Through Digital Storytelling and Songwriting in DRY Project

 

 Climate Change: Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics
University of Brighton, Thursday 28-Friday 29 April 2016

Authors
Dr Antonia Liguori (Loughborough University)
Dr Adam Corner (Climate Outreach)
Professor Michael Wilson (Loughborough University)

Title
‘My true UK drought risk story’:
The role of storytelling to understand (mis)conceptions and beliefs that drive behaviours

 

– Annual MeCCSA Conference
6-8 January 2016, School of Media, Art and Design, Canterbury Christ Church University

Authors
Professor Michael Wilson (Loughborough University)
Professor Lindsey McEwen (UWE, Bristol)
Dr Antonia Liguori (Loughborough University)
Dr Liz Roberts (UWE)
Dr James Blake (CEH)

Title
Bridging science and community knowledges: exploring digital storytelling as ‘translational tool’ for stakeholder engagement in drought risk management

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– 4th International Visual Methods Conference
Brighton, 16-18 September 2015

Authors
Dr Antonia Liguori, Loughborough University
Dr Liz Roberts, University of the West of England

Title
“Thinking in systems”: digital storytelling, knowledge hierarchies and environmental narratives

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– MaRIUS Symposium
8 September 2015

Title
DRY: Drought Risk and You
Developing a narrative-­science resource in a multi-stakeholder decision-­making utility for drought risk management

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– Annual International Conference of the Royal Geographical Society
Exeter, 1-4 September 2015

Authors
Dr Liz Roberts (University of the West of England, UK)
Dr Caitlin DeSilvey (University of Exeter, UK)
Professor Lindsey McEwen (University of the West of England, UK)
Dr Antonia Liguori (Loughborough University, UK)

Title
Storytelling for drought resilience: local communities, memories and legacy

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–  Science in Public Conference 2015: Research, Practice, Impact
Bristol, 9-10 July 2015

Authors
Dr Liz Roberts (University of the West of England, UK)
Dr Natasha Constant(University of the West of England, UK)
Dr Margarida Sardo (University of the West of England, UK)
Dr Antonia Liguori (Loughborough University, UK)

Title
Narrating Science in Public: The approach of an interdisciplinary project to create new reflective spaces

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– Digital Humanities: Transformative Landscapes
Derby, 26th June 2015

Authors
Dr Antonia Liguori, Loughborough University
Dr Liz Roberts, University of the West of England

Title
Digital storytelling and place-attachment: a ‘lens’ through which to analyse people’s values in the Drought Risk and You (DRY) Project

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Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting
June 2015

Title
Drought risk and health in the UK:
Using an ecological stakeholder approach to investigate the challenges and solutions

Authors
Mat White, Tim Taylor, Philip Staddon, Carla Stanke, Angie Bone and Lindsay McEwen

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– Geography Conference
UWE, Bristol, June 2015

Authors

Dr Sarah Ayling and Dr Natasha Constant (University of West of England)
Dr Jill Thompson (Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Edinburgh)

Title
Visit to Simms Hill (Drought Risk and You Project)

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