Situated Knowledges and Poetics of Dwelling


A Presentation by Paul Moseley

Bushcraft is often thought of as enabling travel to be further and lighter. This talk will explore how bushcraft might, rather than being thought of in the context of adventuring into another people`s land, be used to create a meaningful kinship with our own?

Paul will explore the potential role of contemporary bushcraft, weaving together themes of place, identity, community and culture.

From tracking for multispecies empathy to biophilic bushcraft, the talk will explore where we can create transformative and radical approaches to relating with the more-than-human.