The Famine and Dearth Project Team would like to thank:
The Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment (Project Partner) for hosting our workshop, especially, Patrizia Ferrari, Angelika Kaiser, and Prof. Gordon Clark.
Gary Stringer, Charlotte Tupman, Richard Holding, Hannah Petrie and other members of the Digital Humanities unit at the University of Exeter for their continuing support.
The Humanities Research Office at the University of Exeter for their organisational assistance.
Participants and speakers at the workshop on Food Security and the Environment in India and Britain.
Ujjayan Bhattacharya, Julie Hudson, and Sanjay Sharma for their assistance with workshop organisation.
Taken by Gary Stringer
Background and banner images
“Famine” from Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, circa 1497-98. By Albrecht Dürer
Emperor Jahangir Triumphing Over Poverty (“Dalidra”), circa 1620-1625. Attributed to Abu’l Hasan. Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
Forsaken,1877. By Willoughby Wallace Hooper. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles.
Amtrar Village in Himachal Pradesh, India. Photographer: Francesco Fiondella, International Research Institute for Climate and Society (IRI) and Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS).