We are happy to present our first researcher in the spotlight, Florence Halstead.
In the future we will use this space to present the research of those who contribute to our GCYFRG. Please continue reading if you are interested in what kind of research Florence does during her PhD at University of Hull.
- Florence Halstead
PhD Researcher in the Energy and Environment Institute, University of Hull
Two prizes, part sponsored by Routledge, Taylor and Francis, are available for innovative and high quality undergraduate dissertations on any issue related to the geographies of children, youth and families
(first prize: £100 and a year’s subscription to Children’s Geographies; second prize: £50 and a year’s subscription to Children’s Geographies).
Dissertation title: Child-friendly Coffee Shops: a `Space of Wellbeing’ for Mothers with Young Children (University of Durham)
Interview at a glance…
Q: What inspired you to choose your dissertation topic and how did you narrow down your focus?
The Royal Geographical Society Annual Conference will take place from Wednesday 28 to Friday 30 August 2019 at the RGS in London.
Conference Theme: ‘Geographies of Trouble / geographies of hope ’. For more information please visit Annual International Conference.
Our AGM takes place on Friday August 30th from 13.10pm onwards.
The Geographies of Children, Youth and Families Research Group (GCYFRG) is pleased to announce the following sponsored sessions:
Making space for supporting grant-writing addressing geographies of children, youth and families
Almost a year-to-the-day on from our successful teaching workshop, the GCYFRG held a grant writing workshop at Lancaster University. The workshop was attended by academics interested in geographies of children, youth and families, from across the UK with delegates travelling from as far as Portsmouth and Edinburgh.