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Empire, Slavery and the Industrial Revolution: Two Loch Broom Fishing Stations and their Place in the World: Cathy Dagg

Friday 3 May 2019

1530
Free talk but charge for seaweed soup

Cathy will analyse historical and archaeological evidence to uncover the global environmental costs of industrial fishing. There will be a discussion around the questions of potential new uses for old buildings, and how best old buildings can carry a community’s history into the future.

Cathy Dagg is a freelance archaeologist who has crofted on Scoraig for thirty years.


This talk is programmed as part of our CINE partner meeting to investigate technology, heritage and environmental justice.

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