publications

 

 

Clive, R in collaboration with Hayton, E., Maxwell, C, Mackenzie, A. & McIntyre, H. (2021/2022 - pending) "not panicky” In Performance in a Pandemic (eds Bissell, L. & Weir, L.) Routledge

Clive, R. (2021) “Panarchy 3: River of the Sea: Towards a learning- disabled led ecological performance practice” Journal of Literary and Cultural Disability Studies, Special Issue. https://www.liverpooluniversitypress.co.uk/journals/issue/6455

NB If you cannot access this article please feel free to contact me personally and I will send you a pdf version.

Clive, Rachel (2021) Geodiversity and human difference: disability, landscape form and process. PhD thesis, University of Glasgow 

Report on Chancellor’s Fund The Green-Blue-Grey Campus/Rain Garden Project (2019)

Publisher's URL: https://doi.org/10.36399/gla.pubs.197357

Executive Summary of Chancellor’s Fund The Green-Blue-Grey Campus/Rain Garden Project (2019) 

Publisher's URL: https://doi.org/10.36399/gla.pubs.198503

Neurology Meets Geomorphology: Panarchy (2): Rivearthings, a Performance Project (2018)

https://thepolyphony.org/2018/10/09/neurology-meets-geomorphology-panarchy-2-rivearthings-a-performance-project/

Poetry published in Poetry Wales, British Poetry Review, Her Mind's Eye (PyrAmid Press) and various websites and anthologies.

academic presentations and performance lectures

May 2021, Researching with Rivers: Freedom Space and Flow - a presentation and sharing of art-work, with Euan Hayton and Cameron Browne. International Autism Research Festival, University of Leeds (online)

 

January 2020, A Panarchy Project with the River Forth: how creative public engagement work can contribute to thinking about adaptation, with Sam Ridley and Cameron Browne. Sniffer Scotland National Flood Risk Management Conference, University of Strathclyde

July 2019​, Panarchy: Risk, Resistance and Agency, International Conference on Educational, Cultural, and Disability Studies, Liverpool Hope University

 

June 2019, Panarchy: River Rings and River Risks, Scottish Centre for Geopoetics “Expressing the Earth” conference, Wiston Lodge, Biggar

 

April 2019, Panarchies 1-3, George Ewart Evans “Storytelling and the Environment” International Symposium, University of South Wales, Cardiff

 

March 2019, pAnarchy, Our Space, our Place: Creating Ecofeminism Symposium, Glasgow Women’s Library

 

Feb 2019, Rivers, Risk and Resistance: Towards a Panarchic Performance Practice, Human Geography Research Group Testing Ground seminar, University of Glasgow 

 

Jan 2019, Risk, Resistance and Agency: How can performance work open productive dialogue across disability and environmental discourses? Centre for Disability Research (Disability Studies: Developing Theory, Researching Policy and Practice seminar), University of Glasgow

 

September 2018, Panarchy 2: Rivearthings, Theatre and Performance Research conference (Bodies and Performance Working Group), University of Aberystwyth

 

August 2018, Panarchy 1: Riverings, Royal Geographical International Society conference (Postgraduate Snapshots), University of Cardiff

 

May 2018, Panarchy (1): Riverings - Materials, Meetings, Musings,  “Performance, Ecology, Heritage Hub” launch, University of Glasgow

Feb 2017, Survival Methods in a Post Truth World, TaPRA (Theatre and Performance Research) symposium, University of Leeds 

Jan 2017, Negligence and Performances of Care, Glasgow New Scholars Theatre Research seminar, University of Glasgow