Courtenay Crawford

Buddhist philosophy and the questions it poses regarding the boundary between nature/culture and self/other speaks clearly to contemporary human geographical Read More …

Ryan Shum

Microplastics are particles and fibres of heterogeneous size, shape and chemical composition less than 5mm in diameter found to be Read More …

Tom Cantellow

The UK’s political landscape has been tumultuous and divisive since the 2008 financial crisis, division epitomised by Brexit. The last Read More …

Gemma Lucas

My ethnographic research of diverse yoga practices and spaces will deploy a novel ‘moving interview’ method to contribute to debates Read More …

Daisy Curtis

5G technology is the next generation of wireless mobile network, and my PhD research seeks to engage with proponents of Read More …

Kieran Green

My research seeks to understand how sofa-surfing, other temporary living arrangements and the support available for young people affects their Read More …

Harriet Earle-Brown

Homeless women’s bodies often transgress ideas about what a woman’s body “should be”, perceived as dirty, undesirable and out of Read More …

Jo Hynes

My research explores the legal geographies of immigration law. Using ethnographies of tribunal hearings and interviews with their key actors, Read More …

Jen Clements

My project concerns the development of a post-Brexit domestic agricultural policy and the emerging trade-offs between economic, environmental and social Read More …

Oliver Dawson

My research happens at the intersection of art, philosophy and the social sciences. I explore how the cognitive, ritual and Read More …