This section includes research into the intersections between nature and culture, and science and environmentalism, exploring the ways environmental and biophysical materialities and social knowledge and practices are deeply intertwined and co-produced.
Underwater Archaeological Investigations at Kilwa, Tanzania – Dr Edward Pollard, Dr Richard Bates, Elgidius Ichumbaki
Landscape, Environment and Settlement in Eastern Uganda and Northwest Kenya c. 2000 BP to Present – Dr Matthew Davies, Miss Rachel Goodall, Dr Kennedy Mutundu, Miss Sarah Pilliard
Gamo Highlands and Marsabit National Park – Dr Robert Marchant
Palaeoenvironmental History of Mangrove Forests – Paramita Punwong
ASEC-Dryland Forests – Dr Aida Cuni Sanchez