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Posts by: Nigel Clark

Nigel Clark is a Senior Lecturer in the Geography Department of the Open University. He has a longstanding interest in environmental issues that has gradually mutated into a concern with the variability and volatility of earth processes both because of the activities of human beings – and in spite of our efforts. More recently, he has been looking at ethical and political responses to such interrelations, especially in those events we experience as 'disasters' - such as the Indian Ocean tsunami. Such events open up the question of how a changing physical world leaves its mark on cultural identities, political mobilisations and social formations. These questions are considered in Nigel's book 'Inhuman Nature: Sociable Life on a Dynamic Planet (Sage, 2011).
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Pre-Race Post-Race: Climate Change and Planetary Humanism

by Yasmin Gunaratnam and Nigel Clark • 2 Jul 12
Posted in: Post-Racial Imaginaries [9.1] | Article