Research Publications

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Explore all of the research publications from the Urban Futures Research Domain staff members:

 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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Dr. Helen Adams

Dr. Helen Adams is an environmental social scientist working on the subjective dimensions of human interactions with environmental change, with a focus on marginal regions of low income countries.

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Dr. Johan Andersson

Dr. Johan Andersson’s research interests lie in urban and cultural geography with regards to issues of identity and representation, including queer urban culture, social identities in relation to religion, race, gender and sexuality and cinema and the city.

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Dr. Andrew Brooks

Dr. Andrew Brooks has been a Lecturer in Development Geography since 2011. His teaching and research examines connections between spaces of production and places of consumption.

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Dr. Robert Cowley

Dr. Rob Cowley’s research focuses on the proliferation of diverse ‘eco’ and ‘smart’ urban initiatives and policies around the world, and how these ideas travel and are translated into varying practices in different settings.

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Dr. Ruth Craggs

Dr. Ruth Craggs explores the performances of post-colonial Commonwealth Geopolitics and the way in which modern architecture was understood when it was built and how it is now valued.

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Dr. Ayona Datta

Dr. Ayona Datta’s broad research interests are in the critical geographies of postcolonial urbanism, gender citizenship and urban futures.

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Dr. Luke Dickens

Dr. Luke Dickens is an urban cultural geographer with an interdisciplinary background situated across work in the humanities and social sciences. He is known for his research exploring ideas of place, belonging, and citizenship within urban youth cultures.

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Dr. Adam Elliott-Cooper

Dr. Adam Elliott-Cooper’s current research focuses on urban displacement in London. He has previously worked as a researcher in the Department of Philosophy, University College London. He has also worked as an associate researcher in the Sociology Department at Goldsmith’s and the School of Politics and International Relations, University of Nottingham.

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Professor David Green

Professor David Green’s main interests focus on poverty and wealth in nineteenth and twentieth-century Britain, and more generally on the relationships between economic change and welfare.

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Professor Chris Hamnett

Professor Chris Hamnett is regarded as a leading British expert on housing wealth and inheritance and a leading researcher in the fields of social polarisation, gentrification and housing.

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Professor Philip Hubbard

Professor Philip Hubbard’s work focuses on spatiality of social life and particularly the sexuality of the city, drawing on influences from environmental psychology through to post-structural/queer theory.

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Dr. Hayley Leck

Dr. Hayley Leck’s research falls under the broad discipline of development geography with a focus on the human dimensions of adaptation to global environmental and climate change. Her current research focuses on the governance of climate adaptation, urban resilience and the social and policy elements of urban disaster risk.

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Professor Cathy McIlwaine

Professor Cathy McIlwaine’s research revolves around issues of gender, poverty and violence in cities of the global South, especially in Latin America, but also in South East Asia and southern Africa.

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Professor Mark Pelling

Professor Mark Pelling’s research interests are in the institutions and social relationships that shape vulnerability and adaptation to natural disasters, including those associated with climate change, and in the ways in which conflicting values and practices of development inform resilience and transformation in the face of environmental change.

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Dr. Bruno Turnheim

Dr. Bruno Turnheim’s research is focussed on sustainability and the role of technological innovation in addressing related challenges. He is particularly interested in research on sustainability transitions and the reorientation of socio-technical trajectories towards more societally desirable directions.

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