The Gardens Trust: Other Voices in Garden History


The diverse range of topics and speakers in this series of illustrated online lectures aims to uncover and celebrate some of the voices usually absent from the legacy of empire, colonialism and enslavement.

The series will offer a range of perspectives that fill gaps in our collective knowledge, and explore new ways of engaging with the whole history of gardens, landscapes and horticulture.

1: Guns and Roses: Humphry Repton at Warley Park
2: Historic Landscapes for All: Learning to Share
3: Learning from The Blackamoor
4: The Work of Ingrid Pollard
5: Collecting with Lao Chao [Zhao Chengzhang]
6: Telling tales about trees: the voices and stories that have helped build Africa's Great Green Wall
7: Working towards inclusive Botanic Gardens
8: Hearing the Voices from a Human Zoo
9: Contested Landscapes: Race and the English Rural Countryside Space
10: Discussion Panel: bringing together some of the key points of discussion in the previous nine sessions.

Ten weekly sessions on Mondays at 6pm (BST). Recordings of each lecture will be available for 7 days afterwards.

Via Zoom. Tickets £5 per session or £40 for all ten (£15 for students).
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SAH thanks The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation
for its operating support.
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