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Weathered Lives

Weather is a constant thrum in our lives. It shapes what we see, feel, say, where we go, and what we do when we get there. It is also integral to our health and wellbeing from extreme events often causing injury and mortality, to everyday weathers having more subtle impacts on movement and mood. Weather weaves through our memories, is part of our identity, our sense of belonging, and our future imaginings. Scroll down to learn more about the Weathered Lives project.

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Weathered Lives

Weathered Lives is an ongoing programme of research and activities exploring how we relate to, experience, respond, and contribute to our local weather worlds within the context of changing climate. It brings together key thinkers and thinking around the weathering of our lives through shifting environmental sociocultural, and political contexts.

Through the weathered lives project, we have been able to connect with a number of weather thought leaders. In this podcast series, we are excited to share some of the highlights of our discussions so far. We hope you enjoy the podcasts and do get in touch if you would like to share your own weather wonderings!

Dr Barry Sheils

12 Nov 2020

On meteorological modernism

Dr Barry Sheils, Associate Director in the Centre for Culture and Ecology at Durham University discusses the cultural significance of weather forecasting through a reading of literary texts and commentary on the development of weather science.

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Informed by the Weathered Lives project, In Memoriam is a new artwork by internationally renowned artist Luke Jerram.

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Informed by the Weathered Lives project, In Memoriam is a new artwork by internationally renowned artist Luke Jerram. Luke is a collaborator on the project and developed the artwork as a temporary memorial for the public to visit and remember those lost from the COVID-19 pandemic and pay tribute to

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Informed by the Weathered Lives project, In Memoriam is a new artwork by internationally renowned artist Luke Jerram.

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Informed by the Weathered Lives project, In Memoriam is a new artwork by internationally renowned artist Luke Jerram. Luke is a collaborator on the project and developed the artwork as a temporary memorial for the public to visit and remember those lost from the COVID-19 pandemic and pay tribute to

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