Centre for Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics


Ian Sinclair

Research News | Professor Alan Tomlinson writes about his new co-edited book – Populism in Sport, Leisure and Popular Culture

Commentary | Statement of solidarity with Palestine

The SECP community stands in solidarity with the people of Palestine in their struggle against the occupation of their land by the apartheid regime of Israel. We recognize the Palestinian struggle as an indigenous liberation movement confronting a settler colonial… Continue Reading →

Research News | Welcome to new SECP Visiting Fellow, Arabel Lebrusan!

Research News | Collaborative research success: museums and digital provision during the CoVID-19 pandemic

Event | 13 May 2021 Making monographs – Book launch and Q&A

Research News | Publication, ‘Arc of the Journeyman: Afghan Migrants in England’ by Nichola Khan

‘Arc of the Journeyman: Afghan Migrants in England’. Book by Nichola Khan “Arc of the Journeyman: Afghan Migrants in England”. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. ISBN 978-1-5179-0962-8; 288 pages, 2b&w photos, January 2021. Forty years of continuous war and conflict… Continue Reading →

Commentary | Time to make nature studies a compulsory school subject – before it’s too late?

Commentary | Silencing the Streets: From Covid Exceptions to Police Crackdowns

Research Project | Acts of Transfer – A collaboration between artist and SECP member Katy Beinart (UoB) and art writer Lizzie Lloyd (UWE)

Event | 26 Jan 2021 Online screening of The Atom: A Love Affair

The Atom: A Love Affair Debates around climate change, environmental justice, sustainability and the type of energy we use and produce continue to be at the forefront of our societies. We have come to appreciate the importance of our relationship… Continue Reading →

Research News | Edible Cities Network

Research project | Wastes and Strays: the past, present and future of English urban commons

Research Project | “The Materialisation of Persuasion”

Research Project | Social Policy in Conflict-Affected Contexts

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