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Staff engaged in communities and resilience research

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EE Seraphimalvanides Staffprofile 100Dr Seraphim Alvanides
Reader in GI Science
PGCert MA PhD
I am an urban social geographer, with expertise in quantitative methods and Geographical Information Systems and Science (GIS/Sc). My earlier research interests involve the analysis of population census... more>>

 

EE Kye Askins Staffprofile 100Dr Kye Askins
Senior Lecturer in Human Geography
BSc PhD
I am a critical human geographer with research interests focusing on identity, citizenship, emotions and everyday geographies of agency and resistance. I work from postcolonial and participatory paradigms,... more>>

 

EE Drkathryncassidy Staffprofile 100Dr Kathryn Cassidy
Senior Lecturer in Human Geography
BA, MA (London), MA (Birmingham), PhD
I am a human geographer and ethnographer with research interests in informal economic practices, bordering, emotions and gendered mobilities and stillness. Through long-term participant observation in the... more>>

 

EE John Clayton Staffprofile 100Dr John Clayton
Senior Lecturer in Human Geography
BA (Hons), MSc, PhD
John was born in Luton and grew up nearby until moving to Leicester to study for a degree in BA (Hons) Geography and Social and Economic History in 1997. Continuing his academic interests, he completed... more>>

 

EE Proandrewcollins Staffprofile 100Professor Andrew Collins
Professor of Disaster and Development Studies Director, Disaster and Development Network (DDN)
BSc (Hons), PgC, PhD
Theoretical, methodological and policy aspects of disaster reduction, health ecology, sustainable development, and human security. This involves interlinked issues of environment and society, population... more>>

 

Staff PlaceholderProfessor Peter Taylor
Professor of Human Geography
BA PhD
Work in UK: Currently works in the Department of Geography, Northumbria University.Previously, Department of Geography, Newcastle University from 1969 to 1995 (founding Associate Director of Centre for... more>>

 


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