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adam searle
cultural geographer , visiting researcher : (de)extinction, landscape, and ecological restoration in the pyrenees [en/es/ca/fr]
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adam searle 18h
It’s the best way!! I’ve coming back to Cambridge via a night at a mates house in Paris for less than a flight! have a great holiday
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adam searle Jul 11
thanks !!! reading this afternoon
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adam searle Jul 11
loving the look of mine and ’s latest anthropo(s)cene column () on animals and philosophy in the anthropocene.. we focus on difference and vulnerability through the lens of Derrida, Wolfe, and Singer (...among others)
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Nicola Coughlan Jul 10
You abstained from yesterday’s equal marriage vote.
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adam searle Jul 9
i am really loving doing ethnographic research by bike through the pyrenees
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MUNDIAL Jul 7
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adam searle Jul 7
«el paisaje es memoria. más allá de sus límites, el paisaje sostiene las huellas del pasado, reconstruye recuerdos, proyecta en la mirada las sombras de otro tiempo que solo existe como reflejo de sí mismo en la memoria de viajero» julio llamazares 1987
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adam searle Jul 7
can’t get over the kraftwerk gig last night in barcelona.. stop radioactivity!!!
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Jeremy Corbyn Jul 5
My card to on its 25th birthday. "You owe the British people millions in taxes that pay for the public services that we all rely on. Please pay your fair share."
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adam searle Jul 4
Replying to @avanzabus
gracias, sabes el horario de la taquilla en barcelona sants?
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adam searle Jul 4
Hola buenas tardes. Iré el domingo hasta Huesca desde Barcelona Sants, y tendré que llevar mi bicicleta. Podría llevarla sin una portabicicletas? (no la tengo y son muy caras!) Muchas gracias!
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adam searle Jul 4
in Montoro de Mezquita, southern Aragón, iberian ibex have repopulated the village left abandoned following mass urban migration in spain... «they roam the streets day and night, climb the roofs of the houses and chapel, and stroll peacefully between the swings of the playground»
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Journal of Art in Society Jul 3
Here’s Friedrich Nerly’s atmospheric Moonlight View of Piazza San Marco (1871). At R, about 150 years later, Hiroyuki Masuyama makes a digital photographic re-creation of the same (virtually unchanged) scene. It’s oddly interesting to compare the two
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Rob Williams Jul 3
Pretty much everything that’s wrong with this country in a Times headline.
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Jonny Turnbull Jul 3
Check out my and 's new instalment of our Anthropo(S)cene column in the new issue of The Philosopher (). We write about and animal studies in the
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Emily Eavis Jul 2
Just heard that 99.3% of all tents were taken home. That is absolutely incredible… HUGE thanks to the record numbers who loved the farm and left no trace!
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Jamie Lorimer Jul 3
New video I made 'Defining Rewilding' as part of Defining Human-Animal Studies series Don't be fooled by the dance-beat opening; this is a bit pedestrian...
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Atmospheric Things Jul 3
Tomorrow (4 July) 3pm , we're celebrating the publication of "Why Guattari?" ed by (with chapters by and many others!) . If you are in Oxford come join us!
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adam searle Jul 1
nubian ibex in the judaean desert
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UE Sant Andreu Jun 28
Avui que es compleixen cinquanta anys de la revolta de Stonewall. Davant els qui amenacen la tolerància i la diversitat, reivindiquem els drets del col·lectiu LGTBI!
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