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A brief note about this section by Owain

A brief note about this section by Owain
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A note from Owain (Principle Investigator on the Arts and Humanities Research Council (UK) “Towards Hydrocitizenship” project.

 

Potentially thousands of books could be listed here. For example, books about the seas, rivers, rain, water and biology, SUDs, sacred waters, history of water, and on and on. And no harm if they are! This very brief note just explains that - in the first instance -  the books we are hoping to add here will either be what we consider to be key books about water which address it in important and interesting ways - particularly those seeking to think water holistically, ecologically, poetically, creatively - or just books we like the look of more generally

 

Of course suggestions are welcome.


And thanks to all who have made suggestions.

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I am absolutely loving this section. I look at this list of books once in a while to get (re)inspired! Thanks for pulling all this together Owain. I didn't know about 'Hud Afon Arth', which I will seek out! 'A Fold in the River' is on the top of my list to read too, and 'Drawing Water'...



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