George Seddon (1927–2007)

George Seddon grew up in Victoria and studied English language and literature at the University of Melbourne.

After a period of travelling he became a lecturer in English at the University of Western Australia. He also continued his personal studies, this time in the field of geology and earth sciences

He had a profound interest in literature, history, philosophy and the environment. Among his many positions, Seddon was founding director of the Centre for Environmental Studies at the University of Melbourne.


Time, gentlemen, please

EssayMUCH OF THE geology I once learned is long forgotten, but what remains, indelibly, is an awareness of time, geological time. Much of my work was in the late Devonian, more than three hundred million years ago. That did...

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