Ewch i’r prif gynnwys
 Nicola Wynn

Nicola Wynn

Myfyriwr ymchwil, Ysgol Daearyddiaeth a Chynllunio

Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.


I am an interdisciplinary social science and humanities scholar interested in human relations with non-human 'nature'. Currently, I am especially interested in how these relations are enacted in the context of food systems, through practices of agriculture, horticulture, food processing, and beyond. 

I come from a background of practical engagement: supporting local food networks, community food growing, environmental education, and medical herbalism. All of these experiences have offered encounters with various ways that people engage with ‘nature’ and with non-human others ‘on the ground’, helping to flesh out a theoretical perspective, and leading to my particular interest in practices and skill. 

I am driven to explore those practices that might offer glimpses of, and opportunities for, better lived futures for humans and non-humans in the context of the Anthropocene.


  • MSc Social Science Research Methods wth Distinction, Cardiff University (2021 - 2022)

    • Dissertation: 'Practising Probiotic Foodways: Exploring fermentation in farming and food processing'

  • MA Environmental Humanities with Distinction, Bath Spa University (2017 - 2020)

    • Dissertation: ‘Feeding Ourselves, Cultivating Togetherness: Rhizomatic entanglements in agro-food systems’

  • BSocSc Social Anthropology, First Class, University of Manchester (2007 - 2010)


Diddordebau ymchwil

  • More-than-human geography

  • New materialisms

  • Environmental and care ethics

  • Knowledge, skill and practice

  • Agriculture, horticulture, and food networks

  • Critical plant studies


Dr Hannah Pitt

Lecturer in Environmental Geography