Researcher in the Spotlight

We are excited to present you our next researcher in the spotlight. Please take a minute and scroll through Alison Brigg’s profile and her research about food insecurity.

 

Alison Briggs 

PhD Researcher in Human Geography,
Department of Geography

University of Manchester 

Email: alison.briggs-2@manchester.ac.uk 

Twitter: @TheAlisonBriggs 

 

 

Research Area 
Food Insecurity, Family Life and Relationships, Forms & Networks of Support. 

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Researcher in the Spotlight

Please take a look at Amy Walker’s profile, our researcher in the spotlight this month.

 

Amy Walker
PhD Researcher, Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences

The University of Birmingham

Email: a.l.walker.1@pgr.bham.ac.uk

Twitter: @amywalker271

 

 

Research Area and Interests
Post-Separation Family Geographies, Young People’s Mobilities, Materialities, Homemaking, Non-representational Geographies

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2019 GCYFRG Dissertation Proze Winners

The Geographies of Children, Youth and Families Research Group are delighted to announce the winners of our 2019 RGS/IBG Undergraduate Dissertation Prize.  Once again, the submissions were of an excellent standard that show innovation, theoretical development and critical thinking in research on the Geographies of Children, Youth and Families. We received a number of high quality dissertations. We thank all of those who submitted an entry and congratulate the two winners.

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Researcher in the Spotlight

Next up in our Researcher in the Spotlight series is Sean Peacock.

Sean Peacock


PhD researcher in Digital Civics 

Open Lab, Newcastle University

Email: s.peacock@ncl.ac.uk

Twitter: @seanpeacock_

 

Webpage: https://openlab.ncl.ac.uk/people/sean-peacock/

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Researcher in the Spotlight

Please take a look at our new exciting profile of our researcher in the spotlight Amy Mulvenna:

Amy Mulvenna
PhD Researcher in Human Geography

University of Manchester
(School of Environment, Education and Development)

Email: amy.mulvenna@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk

Twitter:@mulvenna_amy

Research Area and Interests

Children’s (everyday) geographies; Common Worlds Collective, Creative geographies, Children’s Literature, More-than-representational mappings, Minor theory, Thingness, Northern Ireland

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