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Melanie Challenger: International Fellow at the British Antarctic Survey for International Polar Year 2007-8Melanie Challenger: International Fellow at the British Antarctic Survey for International Polar Year 2007-8 Melanie’s journey in Antarctica
Melanie Challenger travelled to Antarctica for International Polar 2007–8 as Artist in Residence for BAS. She worked alongside the scientists in the regions of the Falkland Islands, South Georgia, Antarctica, and spent two months on board RSS James Clark Ross .
She visited Grytviken whaling station, which she researched and photographed for her book, “On Extinction”.
Melanie Challenger is the author of ‘Galatea’, her first collection of poems, and co-author, with Zlata Filipovic, of ‘Stolen Voices’, an epistolary history of twentieth century conflict. She was International Fellow at the British Antarctic Survey for International Polar Year 2007–8. She studied English literature and language at Oxford University, and lives in the Scottish Highlands.
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