Future Pasts is a cross-disciplinary Arts and Humanities research project exploring understandings and practices of sustainability in west Namibia, where three of our UK-based academics have long-term field experience. We work with a number of Namibian organisations, including the National Museum, Gobabeb Research and Training, and Save the Rhino Trust, to develop and conduct research that is empirically-rich, locally relevant, theoretically interesting and creative. Future Pasts is funded primarily through the UK's Arts and Humanities Research Council's Care for the Future theme (ref. AH/K005871/2).

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© 2015-2019 by Future Pasts. Background image: grassland, Erongo Region, west Namibia, April 2008.
 

BBC journalist Robin Denselow

with one of the festival organisers and our two fixers, Santjie Tsowases and George Garad, in course of making World on 3 radio programme about the Damara King's Festival, broadcast on BBC Radio 3 programme (Photo Angela Impey 05/11/16).