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My doctoral research explores the flow of animal bodies which supplied the Victorian taxidermy trade, and focuses on concepts of animality, materiality and movement. I use approaches from environmental history and animal history, and the environmental humanities.  

This project is supported by the South West and Wales Doctoral Training Partnership, and is co-supervised by Professor Peter Coates at the University of Bristol and Dr Bryony Onciul at the University of Exeter. 

I have taught on the Modern World and Wild Things units at Bristol. I am also the PGR Officer for the Centre For Environmental Humanities, and co-organiser of the Literary and Visual Landscapes seminar series. 

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Research Output

  • 3 Article (Academic Journal)
  • Sensing Victorian Taxidermy in the Present

    Would, A. C. P., Nov 2019, In : Environmental History Now .

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    The Curious Creatures of Victorian Taxidermy

    Would, A. C. P., 4 Jul 2018, In : History Today.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle (Academic Journal)