Lynda Harling Stalker

Activity: Hosting a visitorHosting an academic visitor


Dr Harling Stalker was hosted by Dr Burnett at UWS for related summer school, MA degree input and research activity informing of contribution and and follow up to:

The Reseau d’Excellence des Territoires Insulaires (RETI) conference held in Orkney in June 2015 hosted by the Institute for Northern Studies.

The RETI conference is an Island Studies conference. It includes theoretical and empirical contributions from researchers around the globe who study islands and insularity and its environmental, economic, social and cultural aspects.

Conference theme 2015: "Impact of culture heritage on economic development in island destinations".

Conference 26th - 28th June

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PeriodJun 2013Jul 2013
Visiting fromSt. Francis Xavier University (Canada)
Visitor degreePhD
Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
Degree of RecognitionInternational


  • cultural work
  • island studies
  • rural sociology
  • creative industries
  • artist
  • craftworkers
  • remote
  • islands
  • narratives
  • enterprise