In Europe there is a long tradition of state-centered, management-intensive and science-based forestry. Many of these European forestry experiences and practices have been transported around the world, not in the least to the European Colonial Empires, but also to North America. In many parts of the world this European legacy is often equated with forestry based on 18th century German models. But this begs the question if there is a European forestry tradition.
Today is International Museum Day, and to celebrate we are posting the first episode of "Filibustering Museology," where Rob Denning, James Fennessy, and Yun Shun Susie Chung interview museum specialists to find out what they do with their lives.
For those of you who are interested, please find the link below for a podcast in which Sir Woodville Marshall discusses the history of the Association of the Caribbean Historians as well as power and historical narratives in Caribbean contexts.
Listen at wttepodcast.com
This is a story of three journeys, by three people, in three very different times. But each of the journeys ends in the same area in the west of Ireland, and each journey is founded on a search for a more perfect world. A search for utopia.