I am Franklin Ginn, a geographer at the University of Bristol.
I research and write about how people, animals, and plants become entangled in particular spaces – real and imaginary, contemporary and in the past. I joined Bristol University in 2016 after four years at the University of Edinburgh. I completed my PhD at King’s College London in 2010. I was educated at the University of Cambridge, and Canterbury University (New Zealand), and also have a background in sustainable development policy and advocacy, having worked at NGOs including Global Action Plan and Forum for the Future.
Why Rain on Arrakis? Read here.