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22nd June 2021
 
 

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 Examples of PhD projects undertaken by alumni


Christian Haid. Centre for Metropolitan Studies, Berlin. Supervised by Talja Blokland, Harvey Molotch, Kanishka Goonewardena. Research on informal practices in public space in Berlin.’

Anna Subirats Ribas. European University Institute, Florence, in the Political and Social Science Department. Supervisor. Professor Donatella della Porta, researching 'urban social movements' in Barcelona and Turin

Laura Marshall. UCL. Supervised by Prof Ann Varley (Geography) and Dr Ben Campkin (Architecture). Experiences of transgender people living in the UK

Olga Petri. Geography Department, University of Cambridge, supervised byPhilip Howell. Doctoral research focuses on questions of identity formation and their relationship to homosexual spatial practices in imperial St. Petersburgduring the period from the Revolution of 1905 to the Bolshevik Revolution of1917.

Damien Carriere. PhD at University of Minnesota. Supervised by Vinay Gidwani.Research on security guards in Delhi, India.

Niranjana Ramesh: PhD on the Techno-Politics of Urban Water, at UCL Department of Geography, funded by the Institute for Sustainable Resources, UCL

Hanna Hilbrandt. PhD at the Open University, supervised by John Allen, Alan Cochrane and Clive Barnett. Broadly, the project explores the nature of informal and regulatory practices in the everyday politics of inhabiting,planning and governing Berlin. Empirically, this research focuses on different forms of dwelling in sites where permanent residency does not fit neatly intothe logics of formal planning processes.

Merav Kaddar. PhD at Tel Aviv University, Israel. Supervisor Prof. Tovi Fenster. Research (working) title is  'Micro-geography of addresses in conflicted spaces – the case of Jaffa and Jerusalem'

Charlotte Räuchle. PhD at Humboldt University Berlin. Migration and Urban Development in two German cities.

Antonio Nunes: PhD in Transportation Systems at University of Porto,Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Supervisor: Teresa Galvão Dias. Research topic: A user collaboration model for urban passenger transport. Places of study: University of Porto, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Wang Xiaoyang. PhD in Economic Geography, Oxford


 
London: Aspects of Change field class, October 2012

London: Aspects of Change field class, October 2012

Maiden Lane Estate, Kings Cross (thanks to Tom Bolton)

Maiden Lane Estate, Kings Cross (thanks to Tom Bolton)

Creative Cities visit to Creekside, Deptford. Photo: Andrew Harris

Creative Cities visit to Creekside, Deptford. Photo: Andrew Harris