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Bradon Smith is a Research Associate in the Geography department at the Open University. He is also the AHRC Research Fellow on climate change for the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (UK), 2011-2012.

Bradon holds a PhD in English from the University of Cambridge, from which he also received his BA and MPhil. His doctoral research focused on the role and effect of literary techniques in contemporary popular science writing and the parallel impact of scientific metaphor and representations of science in contemporary fiction. He also has research interests in the aesthetics and rhetoric of climate change, and in cultural responses to climate change, on which he co-convened an interdisciplinary research group from 2007-2010.