A paper based on my PhD research has just been published online by Ecopsychology Journal How Cognitive Frames about Nature May Affect Felt Sense of Nature Connectedness Abstract Nature connectedness tends to be understood as a relatively stable trait, studied using … Continue reading
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Thursday 13th March, 12.-1.30pm, Charles Carter C37/40 Lancaster University with Arran Stibbe and Paul Chilton Ecolinguistics – the search for new stories to live by Arran Stibbe, a reader in ecological linguistics at the University of Gloucestershire will give a whirlwind … Continue reading →
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Last week (21/11) Performing Arts Lab hosted a Movement and Meaning symposium. It was a brilliantly stimulating and inspiring event. I gave a 15 min talk that made links between movement, metaphor and mindfulness, dualism, paradox and living in balance. … Continue reading →