Dr Alice Harvey-Fishenden MA, MSc, AFHEA

Geography and Planning


Personal Statement

Alice Harvey-Fishenden is a historical geographer, with experience of working across a variety of disciplines including English, History, Archaeology, Physical and Human Geography. Her PhD research (University of Liverpool 2016-2020) focused on developing a better understanding of the societal impacts of droughts in the past, and how archive documents can be used to learn more about droughts and other extreme weather conditions. In 2020 she was one of the organisers of the Environmental History Workshop for ECRs, and is currently Book Reviews Editor for Landscape History and Honorary Secretary of the Herefordshire Victoria County History Trust. She is an Associate Fellow of Higher Education Academy. She is currently working on an AHRC/ UK Climate Resilience funded project 'CLANDAGE: Building Climate Resilience through Community, Landscapes and Cultural Heritage’. CLANDAGE Project Website