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Sasha Engelmann

Lecturer in GeoHumanities
Royal Holloway University of London

Sasha Engelmann is Lecturer in GeoHumanities at Royal Holloway University of London, where she teaches at the intersection of geography and the arts and humanities, and co-directs the GeoHumanities Creative Commissions programme. Sasha’s scholarship explores interdisciplinary, feminist and critical-creative approaches to environmental sensing. She is an active member of the international Aerocene Community, and a co-founder (with Sophie Dyer) of the amateur radio project Open Weather.

Biography

Sasha’s scholarship explores interdisciplinary, feminist and critical-creative approaches to environmental sensing. She collaborates with artists and activists to investigate different ways of tracing, monitoring and engaging with our environments that reach beyond models of capture and enumeration. Fascinated by cultural imaginaries of the atmosphere, Sasha examines the role of art in crafting new narratives of atmospheric politics and aerial life. She is an active member of the international community Aerocene, and a co-founder (with Sophie Dyer) of the feminist weather sensing project Open Weather.

Books

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