Dr Fern Elsdon-Baker research focuses on: the communication of evolutionary and life sciences in diverse or international contexts; the role of ‘science’ as a cultural identity marker; public perceptions of evolutionary science; debates surrounding science and religion; Darwinism and theories of inheritance from 1800 to present.
Dr Fern Elsdon-Baker is currently the principal investigator for the Science and Religion: Exploring the spectrum project. She previously worked for the British Council as Head of the Darwin Now Project - a large-scale global initiative running in 50 countries worldwide, which celebrated the life and work of Charles Darwin. She has experience of developing dialogue based public engagement activities both in the UK and internationally that seek to increase diversity of participation.
No upcoming events
No past events