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Andy Morris

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Profile: Andy Morris

Andy Morris

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Andy's research interests broadly connect themes of place, identity, landscape and visual culture. He is currently interested in the concept of nature and how relations between humans and non-humans are understood through it. He is the academic advisor for a major new BBC series Hugh's Wild West. Andy has also worked on a series of six short films entitled: 'Public Park, Private Lives' . These films consider what the idea of a ‘Cairngorms National Park’ means to its residents, what it's like to live in a national park and what impact it has had on local lives since its establishment in 2003? The films can be viewed here:

Andy has also written about the Cairngorms National Park for the Geography Matters series of articles on Openlearn here:

Morris (2017) ‘The performers seek unity on many levels’[i]: teaching the environmental entanglement of humans and non-humans through the starling murmuration. Paper presented to the annual conference of the Royal Geographical Society-Institute of British Geographers, the Royal Geographical Society, London, September 2017


[i] Derek Bermel, composer of ‘Murmurations’ (2015)



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