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Live at the AM podcast: HumanNature series – Catriona Sandilands
Professor of Environmental Studies at York University (Toronto) Catriona Sandilands explores the possibilities of a feminist botany.
Live at the AM podcast: HumanNature series – Oron Catts
World-renowned innovator at the intersection of science, nature and art, Oron Catts asks: what is life?
Live at the AM podcast: HumanNature series – Mike Hulme
Hear Mike Hulme, University of Cambridge, unravel how different human cultures give shape and meaning to the idea of climate.
Live at the AM podcast: HumanNature series – Deborah Bird Rose
In this podcast, Deborah Bird Rose (UNSW) examines how humans, animals and the landscape intersect in the face of environmental crisis.
Treasures podcast ep 8: Life in the freezer
In our final episode, Charles and Kim uncover the stories behind objects used in Sir Douglas Mawson's Antarctic expeditions.
Treasures podcast ep 7: The platypus rug and the lyre bird
Kim McKay and Charles Wooley ponder the beautiful platypus rug and what it tells us about the changing attitudes towards our native fauna.
Treasures podcast ep 6: The pestle that changed the world
The influence of this simple stone object stretched all the way to the Pacific, where this story takes a sudden, violent twist.
Treasures podcast ep 4: The strange obsessions of Australia’s greatest crab collector
In the 1940s, naturalist Mel Ward created the Gallery of Natural History and Native Art in the Blue Mountains, exhibiting some 25,000 crabs.
Treasures podcast ep 3: Charles Darwin and the curator’s chair
In 1874, Museum Curator Gerard Krefft espoused Darwin's theory of evolution. The Board of Trustees were less than impressed.