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English Wetland Immersions

Encountering, Slowing, Navigating, Imagining in Terrestrial Water Worlds

Mary Gearey

will focus only on English wetlands, selecting from a range of the most pertinent resources from English literature, folk tradition, and oral storytelling to interrogate how contemporary mobilities on wetland sites are closely connected to

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Cotten Seiler

infrastructures, the politics of place-naming, the “uncanny” English wetlands as a site of human care and representation, stories’ power to conjoin past and present, and the harrowing view from a jet aircraft's wheel bay. The thread running through this eclectic

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Unruly Landscapes: Mobility, Transience, and Transformation

Margherita Cisani, Laura Lo Presti, Lynne Pearce, Giada Peterle, and Chiara Rabbiosi

English wetlands to explore a wide range of mobilities—human and non-human—that are unique to an environment that is a liminal space between sea and land. Finally, as many readers of this journal will be aware, geographical research on the role of