Centre for Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics


January 2022

Work in Progress | January 2022 Travis Van Isacker – Environmental racism in the borderland: the case of Calais

SECP member Travis Van Isacker shares his research, adapted here from his doctoral thesis ‘Counter-mapping citizenship: bordering through domicide in Calais, France’ (2020). This year Travis will join Migration Mobilities Bristol as a Postdoctoral Researcher in the ‘Moving’ domain of… Continue Reading →

Work in Progress | January 2022 Sean Heath – Reflections on Covid: Sensing the Environment in Outdoor Swimming

SECP PhD researcher Sean Heath reflects on his experience during the COVID-19 pandemic In the post-covid era where close quarter indoor contact, particularly in sports has been nearly entirely nulled, outdoor physical activity has seen a large uptake. Individual pursuits… Continue Reading →

Event | 27 January 2022 – Despite Extractivism

Embodied, sensory or emotional experiences can evoke (new) sensibilities to extractive realities at a personal level. In this webinar we will explore how particular kinds of creative practises and strategies not only portray such experiences but also motivate embodied persistence… Continue Reading →

Exhibition | 20 January 2022 – Despite Extractivism

It’s our pleasure to invite you to our online exhibition and event series exploring the ways in which care, creativity and community persist, exist and resist despite – or because – of extractivism. The Despite Extractivism online exhibition assembles expressions… Continue Reading →

Research Update | Andrea García González, ESRC Postdoctoral fellowship

CentreSECP postdoctoral fellow, Andrea García González reports on activities carried out during her recent ESRC Postdoctoral fellowship   ESRC Postdoctoral fellowship at CentreSECP as collective work: a spark of light in the pandemic dark A snowball of connections rolling through… Continue Reading →

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