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Research News | Practices of relationality: Conversations to imagine social research otherwise

Red de Organizaciones Femeninas del Pacifico Caucano Matamba y Guasa, Andrea García González (former CSECP Visiting Fellow), Adriana Rudling, Sanne Weber y Laura Rodríguez Castro   “The treasure is in the relationships”. This was the key idea resulting from a… Continue Reading →

Prácticas de relacionalidad: Diálogos para imaginar otras formas de hacer investigación

Red de Organizaciones Femeninas del Pacifico Caucano Matamba y Guasa, Andrea García González, Adriana Rudling, Sanne Weber y Laura Rodríguez Castro   “El tesoro está en las relaciones.” Esta es la idea clave que resultó de una serie de encuentros… Continue Reading →

News | Congratulations Andrea García González

Centre SCDTP postdoctoral fellow (2020-21) Andrea García González has been awarded a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship for her project ‘Memory Reimagined: Gender and Intersectionality in Participatory Memory Configuration’. The interdisciplinarity of the project and its contribution to future research in… Continue Reading →

Solidarity Statement on Russian Invasion of Ukraine

The Management Board of the Centre for Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics (SECP) condemns the Russian attack on the sovereign state of Ukraine. We stand in solidarity with the people affected by this crisis, with the Ukrainian people, the people… Continue Reading →

Teaching | Quantitative Methods for Migration – Nichola Khan

SECP Co-director Nichola Khan shares a syllabus she designed on Quantitative Methods for Migration   This course will introduce you to some common quantitative research methods in migration studies. You will critically evaluate approaches to interpreting, using, and also producing… Continue Reading →

Event | 23 February 2022 – BOOK LAUNCH – Criminalization of Activism: Historical, Present and Future Perspectives

Join SECP online and help us to celebrate the publication of Valeria Vegh Weis’s recent book. Register to attend: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/centre-for-spatial-environmental-and-cultural-politics/book-launch-criminalization-of-activism-historical-present-and-future-perspectives/2022-02-23/13:00/t-xpjemj 13.00-14.00 (BST) Wednesday 23 February 2022 (Zoom) PRESENTERS: Valeria Vegh Weis, Wayne Morison, Matt Clement, Roxana Cavalcanti. Genocidal activism and… Continue Reading →

Event | 3 February – Despite Extractivism

The Despite Extractivism Exhibition and Events Series continues with an onlince webinar with exhibition contributors and the communities they work with Community Thursday 3 February 12-1.30pm (UK) online webinar Communities of place are often at the centre of stories about… Continue Reading →

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 →

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