Research

My research engages in multidisciplinary spatial articulations of social, cultural and critical theory and is empirically focused on Western cities. Being both theory-driven and empirically grounded, it is also interdisciplinary shaped and rendered in international academic settings. My current research interests revolve around the following interlinked key themes:

Geographies of public art

Geographical thought

Geographical research methodologies and techniques

Representation, identity and power

Gender, sexuality and spatial embodiment

Geographies of art - Mardi Gras, New Orleans, 2012

Geographies of art – Mardi Gras, New Orleans, 2012