Camilla Allen

Camilla Allen is in the final months of a PhD in the Department of Landscape Architecture where she have been studying the early life of a forester and environmentalist, Richard St. Barbe Baker. Her research has at its heart the meaning invested in the relationship we have with trees and it is something she explores through archival study and writing histories that express aspects of this relationship. She has written about protected Coast Redwood groves in California, shared her research on tree cathedrals, and is currently exploring the act of commemoration in the planting of trees during and after the First World War for an edited volume of essays, The Politics of Street Trees, of which she is co-editor with her supervisor Dr Jan Woudstra.

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