‘People, Plaice and Chips: Fisheries and sense of place.’ The management of fisheries tends to focus on economic and biological factors with cultural issues often neglected.
Dr Tim Acott FRGS, Director of the Greenwich Maritime Centre, puts forward the idea that sense of place can be used to make visible a range of social and cultural values that emerge from the process of marine fishing.
He will give a talk, ‘People, Plaice and Chips: Fisheries and sense of place’ at the Fleur hall at 7.30pm on Monday, 20 November.
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