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Waterproofing Data Project: Shortlisted 2022 THE Awards

The Centre is delighted to see that the Waterproofing Data project involving Prof Joanne Garde-Hansen as a co-investigator on flood memories in Brazil has been shortlisted for the 2022 THE Awards 'Project of the Year' in the category of Research Project of the Year: Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. The shortlist is here and more on the project is hereLink opens in a new window. The project was a collaboration between UK, Germany and Brazil researchers and involved colleagues from the Centre for Cultural and Media Policy Studies and the Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies. Our latest publication from the research is now in the Journal of Extreme Events in which explore how to research flood memories during the pandemic

'From Extreme Weather Events to Cascading Vulnerabilities: Participatory Flood Research Methodologies in Brazil During COVID-19'Link opens in a new window

Wed 07 Sep 2022, 15:33 | Tags: Publications, Events, International, Research news