Rachel Nisbet’s doctoral thesis investigates how ‘Earth ethics’ have evolved over the past two centuries through a transhistorical study of river narratives. She holds a BA (First-Class Hons.) in ‘Humanities with Literature’, and a Docteur-ès-sciences in Geology. Her most recent publication is “James Joyce’s Urban EcoAnarchism” (2016). She currently teaches at the University of Lausanne, where she has devised a creative writing workshop, given a class on ‘Dorothy and William Wordsworth’s Lake District’, and in 2017 will teach ‘Ecodrama’.