Below are details of published works as well as conference presentations and talks.
- Garlick B (submitted – July 2017) ‘Cultural geographies of extinction: ‘animal culture’ amidst Scottish Ospreys’
- Garlick, B. and Ginn, F. (2016) ‘Book Review: Flight Ways: Life and Loss at the Edge of Extinction by Thom van Dooren’ Progress in Human Geography 40(1): 149-150.
- Garlick, B. (2015) ‘Not all dogs go to heaven, some go to Battersea: sharing suffering and the Brown Dog Affair’ Social & Cultural Geography 16(7): 798-820.
- Garlick, B. (2013) ‘Book Review: The Rutland Water Ospreys’ Scottish Birds 33(4): 345.
Presentations and Talks
- “Geographies of Extinction” Geographies of extinction: exploring the spatio-temporal relations of species death (1&2) (also panellist and co-convenor) session at the RGS-IBG Annual Conference (August 2017), at the RGS, Kensington Gore, London.
- “Awkward biopolitics: ospreys, pesticides and conservation biosecurity on Speyside, 1963-1968” forthcoming at Cambridge University as part of the Geography Department’s seminar series (20th October 2016), Cambridge.
- “The empty castle: ospreys, geography and extinction” – given as part of ‘Unexpected Encounters with Deep Time: Haunting’ workshop by the Edinburgh Environmental Humanities Network (20th April 2016), Edinburgh.
- “Different birds at different times: the perception of ospreys at Loch Garten, 1957-1987” – given as part of the University of Edinburgh, School of Geosciences 25th Grad School Conference (January 2015), near Stirling.
- “The ethical entanglements of re-wilding the skies: osprey nest-building in Scotland” – given as part of the ‘Ecological Restoration in the Anthropocene’ session at the RGS-IBG Annual Conference (August 2015), at the University of Exeter.
- “Standardising Beastliness: Logging osprey behaviour at Loch Garten and the negotiated production of the animal archive, 1957 – 1980” – given as part of ‘Beastly Pasts and Places’ session at the ICHG Annual Conference (July 2015), held at the Royal Geographical Society, Kensington Gore, London.
- “Narrating Extinction: Mourning the Ospreys of Loch an Eilean” – a revised version of this talk – following generous audience feedback and questions in March 2015 (see below) – was given as part of ‘Historical Animal Geographies’ session at the AAG Annual Conference (April 2015), to be held in Chicago, IL, USA.
- “Narrating Extinction: Mourning the Ospreys of Loch an Eilean” – given as part of ‘Narrating Archives’ one-day conference (March 2015), at the Insitute of Geography, University of Edinburgh.
- “Confidence building: a historical geography of nesting and ospreys on Speyside” – given as part of ‘Historical Animal Geographies: Tracking Traces in the Archive’ (also co-convenor) session at the RGS-IBG Annual Conference (August 2014), at the RGS, Kensington Gore, London.
- “Standardised Seeing: Logging Osprey Behaviour at Loch Garten, Speyside, from 1970 onwards” – given as part of ‘3 Minute Papers’ session in the Institute of Geography, Geosciences (June 2014) in Institute of Geography, Drummond St, Edinburgh.
- “STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL: Protecting the Ospreys of Speyside, 1958-59” – given as part of ‘New and Emerging Research in Historical Geography’ session at the RGS-IBG Annual Conference (August 2013), at the RGS, Kensington Gore, London.
- “Ruffling Feathers: ospreys, technology and the production of wildness at Loch Garten since 1954.” – given at the Edinburgh Geosciences Postgraduate Research Conference (February 2013), at the University of Edinburgh.
- “Not all dogs go to heaven, some go to Battersea: Introducing Animal Geography and the Brown Dog Affair.” – given at the Edinburgh Geosciences Gradschool Conference (January 2013), at The Barony Castle Hotel in Eddlestone, nr. Peebles.
- “Not all dogs go to heaven, some go to Battersea: Remembering the Brown Dog in Battersea Park, London, and the expression of shared suffering.” – given at the RGS-IBG Annual Conference (July 2012), at the University of Edinburgh.
- “Making Tracks: Technologies of Access on the Highland Estate.” – given at the Edinburgh Geosciences Postgraduate Research Conference (March 2012), at the University of Edinburgh.