Ewch i’r prif gynnwys
 Kieran O'Mahony

Kieran O'Mahony

Myfyriwr ymchwil, Ysgol Cynllunio a Daearyddiaeth

Adeilad Morgannwg, Rhodfa’r Brenin Edward VII, Caerdydd, CF10 3WA

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

Diddordebau ymchwil


O’Mahony, K. Corradini, A and Gazzola, A (2018) Lupine Becomings: Tracking and assembling Romanian wolves through multi-sensory fieldwork. Society and Animals. 26(2). Forthcoming

O’Mahony, K (2017) Wild boar in the Dean- Welcome back? ECOS- A review of conservation. 38(1).

Conference Papers

O'Mahony, K- Communities, publics, responsibilities: the problematic nature of England's wild boar strategy. 12th International Symposium on Wild Boar and Other Suids. Lazne Belohrad, Czech Republic. Sept 2018.

O'Mahony, K- Digging up the past: material memories in flourishing swinescapes. RGS-IBG Annual Conference. Cardiff University. Aug 2018.

O'Mahony, K- Upturned places: material and temporal change in (re)introduced swinescapes. Animal Geography Workshop. Nottingham University. June 2018.

O’Mahony, K- Contested Knowledges and Participation in Governing Unsanctioned Wild-life. RGS-IBG Annual Conference. London. Sept 2017.

O’Mahony, K- Catching up with wildlife: the contested politics of reintroduced wild boar in England. The Value of Life Conference. Wageningen. June 2017.

O’Mahony, K- (Re)Introducing Ruralities- Rewilding and the Nature of Place. RGS-IBG Annual Conference. London. Sept 2016.

O’Mahony, K- Where the Wild Things Are: Living with Governing Wild Boar. ESRC Welsh Human Geography Postgraduate Conference. Aberystwyth. Mar 2016.

Organisation (Conferences/ Conference sessions)

Everyday landscape of memory (Co-convener with Amy Walker and Dr. Kate Boyer). RGS-IBG Annual Conference. Cardiff University. Aug 2018

Decolonising Wild-life: Critical geographies of Rewilding (Co-convener with Cara Clancy, Dr Kim Ward and Dr Sophie Wynne-Jones). RGS-IBG Annual Conference. London (Royal Geographic Society). Sept 2017

RGS Postgraduate Mid-Term Conference (Member of co-organising committee). Cardiff University. April 2017


The Global Countryside module (BA Human Geography). Guest Lecturer/ Field Trip Leader (on Rewilding/ Reintroductions). Cardiff University. 2017/18

Contemporary Issues in Hong Kong module (BA Human Geography/Planning). Guest Lecturer (on Nature, environment and conservation in Hong Kong)/ Field Trip Assistant. Cardiff University. 2016/17 and 2017/18.

Developing Research Methods I module (BA Human Geography). Seminar Leader (on Mobile and Sonic Methods). Cardiff University. 2017/18.

Study Skills module (BA Human Geography). Seminar Leader. Cardiff University. 2016/17.

The Conservation of Species and Habitats module (MSc Environmental Management). Guest Lecturer (on Feral Rewilding). Birkbeck. 2016/17.

Traethawd ymchwil

Where the Wild Things Are - Living With Governing Wild Boar

Start date: October 2015

Primary funding source: ESRC Studentship

Ffynhonnell ariannu

ESRC Studentship

Dr Gareth Enticott

Dr Gareth Enticott

Senior Lecturer

Dr Jonathan Prior

Dr Jonathan Prior

Lecturer in Human Geography

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