Research Explorations in the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site PhD Reflections on 'The Practices of Carnival: Community Culture and Place' (Jon Croose) and 'Stone Exposures: photography, landscape change and anticipatory adaptation in the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site' (Rose Ferraby)

Archive for November, 2011

What does Glastonbury Do?

11.28.2011 · Posted in political

The mythology of the original Glastonbury Fayre in 1970 paints a picture of a spontaneous gathering of people who were seeking escape from the confines of mainstream society. Inspired by the hippy counterculture, they sought a place where they could re-connect with the land, channel the ancient vibrations of old Albion, dance naked in the ...

Introductions: Carnivals and the Jurassic Coast.

11.10.2011 · Posted in Carnival

Hello and welcome. My name is Jon Croose. I am a PhD student in Geography, studying carnivals in the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. I have only recently become a geographer. My background is in professional theatre, festival and performance. I work as a playwright, performer, workshop leader and stage manager. So what am I ...

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