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Karl Dudman

Karl Dudman

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Karl Dudman is a Fulbright postgraduate scholar and PhD candidate at the University of Oxford’s Institute for Science, Innovation and Society. With a background in anthropology, climate change politics and communication, Karl’s research explores the co-production of public climate ‘silence’ in the US. His ongoing fieldwork, hosted by the North Carolina State Climate Office, examines how actors within climate science, coastal management and local politics navigate accelerating sea level rise in the context of widespread ambivalence towards the mainstream climate change narrative. Karl is also a photographer, and through his work explores the politics of competing cultural relationships with landscapes, and their subsequent representation.

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