Thanks to Bron Burton of Melbourne community radio Triple R for a great interview on Sunday morning, and for making a copy of Wild Sea available as a giveaway to listeners.
I’m very excited to be heading west in a couple of weeks, to give a keynote address at the Oceans Institute’s Annual Postgraduate Symposium at the University of Western Australia. The symposium is a collaborative effort between Marine Ecology and Marine Engineering students who, over the course of a day, take the opportunity to update their … More Keynote at Oceans Institute, UWA
Thanks to Dr Paul Humphries for his great review of Wild Sea for the October 2018 edition of Australian Book Review. Paul lectures in ecology and animal diversity and studies the ecology of rivers at Charles Sturt University. He has published many scientific papers, book chapters, history of science, and opinion pieces. He is co-editor of … More Australian Book Review
‘In her new book, Wild Sea: A History of the Southern Ocean (NewSouth Publishing, 2018), historian Joy McCann explores the history of the vast Southern Ocean, from icy Antarctica to the southern coastlines of Australia, South America, and South Africa. From the journals of navigators centuries ago to scientific instruments today, the ocean has been more than just a scientific … More New Books Network podcast
Delighted to see this review of Wild Sea in Crosslight, a publication of the Uniting Church of Australia. Thank you Nick Mattiske for reflecting on its messages and bringing it to the attention of your readers.
A big THANKS to the 80 or so people who came along to the Canberra launch of Wild Sea on Saturday 25 August at MoAD. The event kicked off with drinks from the former Members’ Bar in Old Parliament House, then a welcome and introduction from Professor Frank Bongiorno, Head of the ANU School of … More Wild Sea launched at the 2018 Canberra Writers Festival