Kathryn Williams known as Kath
MSc, BSc (Hons), HNC
I hold an MSc in Communicating Science (Disctinction) and a First Class Honours degree in Anthropology and Astronomy and have extensive experience of teaching both adult and traditional learners both in the community and on campus and particularly enjoyed my time sharing knowledge with others.
I have also been involved in running Field Schools in both the United States and Europe, directing the 2006 Glamorgan Astronomy and Anthropology Field School, giving Glamorgan students an opportunity to visit a number of important astronomical and anthropological sites based in the American South-west.
My current post has allowed me to continue my association with students and I very much enjoy the interaction the job allows.
On a more personal level I enjoy reading and exploring big landscapes and am also a keen amateur geologist.
Williams K, Davidson G, Grimstead I J, Goffin B (2010) “TXT2: Artwork on Intervention and Conversation” Paper presented at the 20th European Meeting on Cybernetics and Systems Research, University of Vienna, April 2010
Stuart Jones, Kath Williams and Nicola Shelswell (2009) “Developing the Links: An Assessment of the Potential for Community Food Initiatives to Contribute to the Development of Sustainable Food Systems in South East Wales” Science Shops Wales, University of Glamorgan
Williams K, (2009) “TXT2 and the Contested Space” Poster presented at the 4th Living Knowledge Conference, Queens University, Belfast, August 2009
Clare Horrell, Stuart D Jones, Suzanne Natelson, Kath Williams (2009) “An investigation into the workings of small scale food hubs” Published by Sustain, London
Brake M, Hook N, Thornton R, Turnbull N, Williams K (2005) “The Counterfactual Classroom” Paper presented at the 26th Eaton Conference “Inventing the 21st Century: Many Worlds, Many Histories” Seattle May 2005.
Brake M, Hook N, Thornton R, Turnbull N, Williams K (2004) “Antithetical Scenarios: Science Fiction as Theatre” Theatres of Science Conference, Sept 2004
Brake M, Hook N, Thornton R, Turnbull N, Williams K (2004) “Science Fiction as a Forum for Science”. Paper presented at 2004 Theatres of Science Conference, University of Glamorgan, September 2004.
Williams , K (2004) “What if The Earth had only One Continent?”. Workshop at National Endowment for Science Technology and Arts Conference “What If ..”University of Glamorgan, June 2004.
Landscape Anthropology, Participatory Action Research and Cybernetics/Systems Research
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