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Floating Coast: An Environmental History of the Bering Strait – with Bathsheba Demuth and Robert Macfarlane - Shared screen with speaker view
Robert Macfarlane
16:59
Hello everyone and welcome — do say hi and where you’re from!
Leslee Moore
17:39
Hello from Lexington, Kentucky, USA
Dom Kippin
17:50
Hi everyone from Dorset in the UK
Kerri Arsenault
17:51
Roxbury CT
Hollis Mickey
17:56
Hello from Anchorage, Alaska!
Beth Weigel
18:00
Hello from Juneau, Alaska
Sarah Webb
18:11
Hello everyone from Ely, near Cambridge, UK
ANNE PENDER
18:54
Hi from Kildare in Ireland
Darryl Moore
18:56
Hi from Suffolk, UK
Susan Middleton
19:12
Greetings from California
Cheryl Capaldo Traylor
19:25
Hi from Cary North Carolina:)
Patrick Limb
19:39
Hello from the People's Republic of West Bridgford, Patrick Limb
Sarah Kasten
20:56
Hi from Michigan
Rebecca Harvey
21:37
Hello everyone from Manchester, UK
moniQue walhof
22:26
Hi everyone, from central Portugal
Terry Evans
25:17
Greetings from Snowdonia, Wales 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿
Jennifer Wilhoit
28:48
Hi Terry Evans. I was just in your LOVELY Snowdonia a year ago tpday!
Jessica Lee
29:23
👏 so stunning.
Candy Verney
29:59
Hi everyone from the Song House, Co Doneglal Ireland
Swathi Singh
30:28
So beautifully written, thank you for reading it out ☺️
Emergence Magazine
46:46
For those who haven’t read Bathsheba’s book yet, you can learn more about it and purchase it here: https://www.ptreyesbooks.com/book/9780393635164
Emergence Magazine
01:12:11
Read Bathsheba’s latest release for Emergence, “Reindeer at the End of the World”: https://emergencemagazine.org/story/reindeer-at-the-end-of-the-world/
Rebecca Harvey
01:14:39
Thanks so much both of you, really appreciate your time, thoughtfulness and insight
Patrick Limb
01:18:20
Great discussion - thank you very much Bathsheba and Rob. Lovely to hear the 'to and fro' between you and other voices. You might like this quote: "The essence of polyphony lies precisely in the fact that the voices remain independent and, as such, are combined in a unity of a higher order than in homophony" (Michael Bakhtin, Problems of Dostoevsky's Poetics). An hour of a higher order - again many thanks for it, Patrick
Dom Kippin
01:18:34
Wonderful event again. Thank you all so much.
Sarah Webb
01:18:42
Fascinating event. Thank you so much to all those involved.
Jennifer Wilhoit
01:19:22
Thank you very much for a stunningly engaging event!
Robert Macfarlane
01:20:29
Thank you all for your warmth and engagement with this evening, & Bathsheba’s brilliant book. And of course to Emergence for its community-creation work throughout this hard time.
Sophia Nicolov
01:20:42
Thank you for such a thoughtful and fascinating conversation. Bathsheba, your writing is utterly so powerful and beautiful
Jessica Lee
01:20:57
Thank you both!
Sharon Roberts
01:21:04
This was wonderful. Such a reflective respite from the chaos around us. Definitely restorative. Best to all.
Kerri Arsenault
01:21:05
Thank you!!
ANNE PENDER
01:21:08
Sublime - thank you...
Sarah Boon
01:21:14
Thanks everyone for this great event.
Sarah Kasten
01:21:19
Beautiful. Thank you!
Peggy ODonnell
01:21:21
Thank you all for a wonderful event!
Darryl Moore
01:21:21
Thanks
Olga D Grovic
01:21:22
truly hope this presentation will be available through a link - thank you!