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Research Seminar: 'Is responsible co-production achievable?'

  • Wednesday 12 June 2024, 12:00-1:30 pm (UK time)
  • R2.41, Ramphal Building
  • All Warwick staff, students, and alumni are welcome to attend.

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The seminar will be an informal and self-reflective talk about co-production of knowledge in research, looking at resilience building in rural and urban areas, climate and weather forecasts and health equity.

Through examples of research and development projects, I will be interrogating the meaning of co-production, a need for it and critically addressing how “mainstreaming co-production” can result in practices that can replicate and absorb (intentionally or not) past practices that marginalise particular knoweldges and knowledge holders, while not considering the tacit relationships of power and knowledge that influence the process.


Dr Camilla Audia

I was a researcher at King's College London for 7 years, working on various project at the Geography department, before joining the University of Warwick in August 2022. I examine the relations between climate change, populations, health and sustainable development through the co-production of knowledge. I am interested in using arts-based and embodied methods (photography, film, theatre, role-play, dance...) to tackle 'wicked problems' and challenge traditional dynamics in the society-policy-science nexus.


Register for the event

  • If you are a Warwick staff member or student, please fill in the form below to register for the event. If you would like to attend the event online (on Microsoft Teams), once you have registered for the event we will send you the link to join the event via email closer to the time.
  • If you are a Warwick graduate, please email evangelos dot pitidis at warwick dot ac dot uk to register for this event.

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