About Keir Chauhan
I am a History Undergraduate at University College London and Laidlaw Scholar. My research project was on a conservation NGO in the UK and my follow-up worked with the American Bird Conservancy to produce a chapter for an upcoming eBook on People and Birds.
I am really interested in how to make our connections to nature stronger through Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion work.
I am fascinated by the power of being grounded in a place, our role in the Anthropocene, and the future that we wish to envision. That is the stories that we tell ourselves and the power of those narratives have on how we act.
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Channels contributed to:Leadership Arts & Humanities Social Sciences Scholars' Stories
Rooms participated in:University College London Social Sciences
WOW Keir, what an amazing reflection! Though I'm surprised to read about your apphrehension of traveling abroad. You seemed very much in your element during the Arboretum walk, with sharing your knowledge and interviewing the other birders. I can't wait to read your chapter of People and Birds!
Thanks, Grace. I felt like I really grew as a person going to the States and it was an absolute blast to meet up with you while you were back home.