Elizabeth Dinnie and Kath Browne
Dr Liz is a post-doctoral researcher at the Macaulay Land Use Research Institute in Aberdeen. Her current work includes the governance of protected areas (the Cairngorms National Park), the relationship between the environment and human health and cultural meanings around hunting. Her PhD was an ethnography of the Findhorn Community looking at how authority, control and commitment are managed in a communal group with an individualistic epistemology.
Kath is a senior lecturer at the University of Brighton. She has worked in Geographies of Sexualities for five years, publishing on a range of issues from women who are mistaken for men to Pride events. Kath works with Spectrum in the community – university project Count Me In Too and has authored/co-authored six reports in the area to date. For the Queer Spiritual Spaces project she participated in the Michigan Womyn's Festival.
School of Environment and Technology
University of Brighton