University of New England Cultural and Creative Arts Network
U-CCAN is a research network at UNE with strong links to external arts organisations and creative practitioners in a range of fields. We are writers of fiction, poetry, plays and biography, musicians, composers, directors and literary studies scholars.
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News and Announcements
Rethinking Wilderness and the Wild: Conflict, Conservation and Co-existence
Published date: 20/07/2020
Forthcoming title arises from the ashes of the bushfires UNE scholars join forces with leading academics from around the world to Rethink Wilderness and the Wild. Edited by Robyn Bartel, Marty Branagan, Fiona Utley and Stephen Harris, Rethinking Wilderness and the Wild will be published by Routledge in November 2020. The text examines the complexities […]
Between Art & Poetry: new perspectives on tablelands flora
Published date: 09/11/2017
Poetry from John Charles Ryan, an exhibition of painting by David Mackay, music by Alana Blackburn “awoke to the earsplitting fever of gorge talk” — from ‘Variations on the Theme of Gorges’ Poetry from UNE’s John Charles Ryan, artwork from David Mackay, and music from recorder player, Alana Blackburn — all at the one event. Where: Reader’s Companion, 151 Beardy Street […]
UNE-edited collection on water policy
Published date: 21/08/2017
Update: This publication is now available from Routledge. To be published by Routledge in 2018, Water Policy, Imagination and Innovation Interdisciplinary Approaches explores creative interdisciplinary and potentially transformative solutions to the current stalemate in contemporary water policy design. The Water Research and Innovation Network (WRaIN), one of the proud progenitors of the Environmental Humanities Research […]
International Symposium on Society and Resources Management 2017
Published date: 18/08/2017
Details of the papers delivered by UNE researchers at the International Symposium on Society and Resources Management (ISSRM), June 2017. The International Symposium on Society and Resources Management is the conference of the International Association for Society and Natural Resources. In 2017 the Symposium was held in Umea, Sweden, and UNE academics Fiona Utley, Tanya […]
Contributing to ecological economics
Published date: 21/07/2017
UNE’s Environmental Humanities Research Network contribution to research outputs from the 2015 International Ecological Economics Conference, UNE Armidale. The journal International Journal of Rural Law and Policy has a special issue out: ‘Thriving Through Transformation: New Ideas for Local to Global Sustainability’. This special issue includes papers presented at the Australia New Zealand Society for Ecological […]
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