Symposium “Experiencing Climate and Environmental Changes in and Beyond Europe”
The Experiencing Climate and Environmental Changes in and Beyond Europe symposium took place from May 5th – 7th in ZRC SAZU, Ljubljana, Slovenia and was organised by Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts (ZRC SAZU) and Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana. The symposium explored how environmental and climate changes and continuities are experienced, sensed, and lived in and beyond Europe; and how they are entangled with social and cultural processes, imaginings, hopes and expectations. After the opening speech by dr. Nataša Gregorič Bon, there were two keynote lectures, the opening lecture by prof. dr. Thomas Hylland Eriksen from the University of Oslo and the second keynote lecture by prof. dr. Marc Andrew Brightman from University of Bologna. Dr. Nataša Rogelja Caf, a researcher within the “Heritage on the Margins” programme group, presented a lecture at the symposium entitled Three Walks and a ZOOM: Researching, Imagining, and Walking with Rižana River in NE Adriatic.