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On the Edge: a co-created exploration of young people’s eco-anxiety in the face of climate uncertainty

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Dr Amy Skinner A.E.Skinner@hull.ac.uk
Senior Lecturer in Drama and Theatre Practice

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Dr Stewart Mottram S.Mottram@hull.ac.uk
Director of Research, School of Humanities, and Reader in English Literature

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Dr Steven Forrest S.A.Forrest@hull.ac.uk
Lecturer in Flood Resilience and Sustainable Transformations

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Professor Briony McDonagh B.McDonagh@hull.ac.uk
Interim Director of the Energy and Environment Institute & Professor of Environmental Humanities

Learning histories, participatory methods and creative engagement for climate resilience (2023)
Journal Article
McDonagh, B., Brookes, E., Smith, K., Worthen, H., Coulthard, T., Hughes, G., …Chamberlain, J. (2023). Learning histories, participatory methods and creative engagement for climate resilience. Journal of Historical Geography, 82, 91-97. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhg.2023.09.002

The potential of place-based, historically-informed approaches to drive climate action has not yet been adequately interrogated. Recent scholarly work has focussed on climate communication and the role of arts and humanities-led storytelling in engag... Read More about Learning histories, participatory methods and creative engagement for climate resilience.

Living with water and flood in medieval and early modern Hull (2024)
Journal Article
Mcdonagh, B., Worthen, H., Mottram, S., & Buxton-Hill, S. (online). Living with water and flood in medieval and early modern Hull. Environment and History, https://doi.org/10.3828/whp.eh.63830915903577

This paper explores Hull's histories of living with water and flood in the period between the foundation of the town in the 1260s and c. 1700, examining how the inhabitants, Corporation and Commissioners of Sewers managed and governed water in order... Read More about Living with water and flood in medieval and early modern Hull.