The Bartlett School of Planning


Niamh Moore-Cherry

Niamh Moore-Cherry is an Associate Professor in the School of Geography, University College Dublin (Ireland) and a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

She is an urban geographer and her research is focused on understanding how cities are governed; how urban policy is developed; and with what impacts. She is the author of Dublin Docklands Reinvented (Four Courts Press, 2008), has co-edited three books and has papers published in national and international journals including Urban Geography, Urban Studies, Housing Policy Debate, Land Use Policy, Irish Geography and Planning Practice and Research. Her current work focuses on the spaces and practices of governance, particularly in the Dublin city-region, and the issue of metropolitanisation in a comparative context. Niamh also has a strong research and teaching interest in student transitions and students as partners and has co-authored a number of papers on these topics that have been published in Higher Education and Journal of Geography in Higher Education. Niamh is currently President of the Geographical Society of Ireland, a member of the Social Sciences Committee, Royal Irish Academy; a member of the IGU Urban Commission Steering Group; and is on the Editorial Boards of Irish Geography and Journal of Geography in Higher Education.
Niamh is Chair of the International Geographical Congress which will be hosted by the Geographical Society of Ireland and held in Dublin in August 2024. 

Link to website: https://goo.gl/rfSbkH