Seamus Heaney: Poetry, Conservation & Climate Change with Yvonne Reddick

Category: Talks & Lectures

Seamus Heaney is a poet famous for rooting his work in the landscape that surrounded him and provided him with springs of inspiration.

Join writer and scholar Dr Yvonne Reddick for this talk, which explores how Heaney used his work to explore conservation issues and takes a searching look at climate change, one of the most urgent issues of our time. Heaney was a generous supporter of libraries, museums and education, but documents in his archive also reveal his commitment to environmental organisations. He used the power of writing to protect the landscapes he loved, at home and beyond.


Seamus Heaney HomePlace
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