Sara Penrhyn Jones is a Research Fellow in the School of Humanities and Cultural Industries at Bath Spa University. She is currently involved in two interdisciplinary and multi-partner research projects exploring and enacting ideas of community, ecological citizenship, creativity and belonging.
She is a Co-Investigator for Hydrocitizenship, a three-year project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)UK.
Find Hydrocitizenship on Twitter and Facebook.
As Principal Investigator for ‘Troubled Waters’, also funded by the AHRC, her specific focus is on the effect of climate change on heritage at three sites in the UK and Kiribati, an island nation in the Pacific Ocean. Partners include the National Trust, who own 775 miles of British coastline, the National Library of Wales and the Cornish Audio Visual Archive. See her short video on ancestral land heritage and what happens to heritage in times of accelerated climate change.
Sara is also an environmental activist and award-winning documentary filmmaker. You can enjoy seeing some of her film work on Vimeo.