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Gwendolyn Blue

  • Associate Professor

Research Interests

Gwendolyn joined the Geography Department in 2010, transferring from the Faculty of Communication and Culture where she taught courses in Science, Technology and Society. Research interests lie with civic science, public engagement with techno-scientific issues such as climate change and food safety, science communication as well as post-humanist, material approaches to public engagement. She is currently working on a SSHRC funded research project on citizen participation in environmental governance, with a focus on climate change. 

Recent select publications

Public deliberation with climate change: Opening up or closing down policy options?  (Review of European Community & International Environmental Law, 2015 Special issue on public participation and climate governance)

Representing global public concern: A critical analysis of the Danish participatory experiment on climate change (Environmental Values, 2015)

Framing climate change for public deliberation: What role for interpretive social sciences and humanities? (Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, 2015)

Multispecies publics in the Anthropocene: From symbolic exchange to material-discursive intra-action. In D Wadiwell, NSavvides, M Boyd, M Chrulew, A Mrva-Montoya, C Degeling, F Probyn-Rapsey (eds). Animals in the Anthropocene: Critical Perspectives on Non Human Futures  (Sydney University Press, 2015)

Coyotes in the city: Gastro-ethical encounters in a more-than-human world. In R. Collard & K. Gillespie. (Critical Animal Geographies, Routledge, 2015, with S. Alexander)

Animal publics: Accounting for heterogeneity in political life. (Society and Animals, 2014, with M. Rock)



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