Discussing some of the challenges and possibilities of participatory visual research as part of the BSA Postgraduate Forum Visual Methods workshop, Staffordshire University, Stoke-on-Trent, 22 November.
Looking forward to chairing the conversation between Dame Joan Ruddock and Professor Rosie Campbell at BBK this evening.
Very excited to be involved in this walking ethnography and panel discussion, as part of the Cambridge Festival of Ideas.
Birkbeck College is now offering an MA in Social & Cultural Geography, full time and part time. Engaging with questions of inequality, identity and belonging, power and dissent, culture and conflict, critical cartographies, the spatiality of social inequalities, and the representation and power of cultural landscapes, this Master’s degree gives a thorough understanding of contemporary approaches to critical social and cultural geography.
July 2016: Pleased to announce that GEDS has now established an MOU with Delhi’s School of Planning and Architecture. The aim is to develop research partnerships and support exchange of academics and students. We have a field trip planned for 2017-18.
Economic liberalisation and urban redevelopment in India has led to contradictory tensions for women and their access to public space, explored in this essay for The Conversation.