Conference Papers / Presentations and Invited Lectures

 Here is a list of recent and forthcoming conference papers / presentations and invited lectures:

 

9. February 2018: Walsh, C. Coastal Management as Situated Practice in the
international Wadden Sea Region. THESys Colloquium: Winter 2017/18, Humbolt Universität zu Berlin. (invited lecture)

15. January 2018: Walsh, C. Coastal management and nature conservation at the
Wadden Sea: governance practices and institutional spaces, ZENARIO Colloquium: Coastal Regions of Europe in Transformation — Transformationsprozesse europäischer Küstenregionen“, Oldenburg. (invited lecture)

30.  September 2017: Walsh, C. Producing Spaces of Nature and Culture at the Coast: a Wadden Sea Case Study, Deutscher Kongress für Geographie 2017, Tübingen.

September 2017: Walsh, C. Crossing Boundaries: Wadden Sea National Parks in Denmark and Germany, 5. Workshop des Arbeitskreises Landschaftsforschung „Schutz und Nutzung von Landschaften“ Großschutzgebiete im Spannungsfeld naturschutzfachlicher, ökonomischer und politischer Interessen, Odernheim am Glan.

June 2017: Walsh, C. Letting nature be nature: political ecologies and the bounding of nature at the Wadden Sea, Nordic Geographers Meeting, Stockholm.

June 2017: Walsh, C. Continuity and Change at the Wadden Sea: a cross-cultural perspective, Groningen: (invited lecture).

June 2017: Walsh, C. Spaces of Environmental Governance: Towards a Research Agenda, Regional Studies Association International Conference, Dublin.

September 2016: Walsh, C. Adaptive coastal governance in practice: A critical analysis of long-term multi-stakeholder strategy-making at the German Wadden Sea Coast, RGS-IBG Annual Conference, London,

September 2016: Walsh, C. & Repp, A. Spatial Planning Unbounded: Transboundary Spaces of Environmental Governance, 1st Symposium of the AESOP Thematic Group Transboundary Spaces, Policy Diffusion, Planning Cultures – TRANSBOUNDARY SPACES, POLICY DIFFUSION AND PLANNING CULTURES: NEW CHALLENGES – WAYS FORWARD, Kaiserslautern.