University of Nottingham, UK WEDNESDAY 17th - THURSDAY 18th SEPTEMBER 2003
This special two-day conference will focus on recent work on gardens, gardening and horticulture within human geography and other spatially-informed disciplines. This will be the first major UK conference to bring together researchers working in the field of horticultural geography.
The conference will address the following themes:
British and International Perspectives
Well Being & Identity
Political and Economic Geographies of Horticulture
Embodiment, Bodily Practice Memory and the Garden
Conceptual Geographies of Horticulture.
Mark Bhatti (University of Brighton).
Professor Andrew Church (University of Brighton).
Professor David Crouch (Universities of Derby, Karlstad and Kalmar).
Professor Stephen Daniels (University of Nottingham).
Professor Mark Francis (University of California, Davis).
Professor Gert Groening (Berlin University of the Arts).
Elizabeth Lebas (Middlesex University).
Joe Sempik (Loughborough University).
There will be a keynote public lecture by Dr Toby Musgrave (freelance garden historian and journalist) and a guided tour of the University gardens by Ian Cooke (Grounds Manager, University of Nottingham).
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