Centre for Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics

Corona diaries | Nichola Khan

Thoughts on breathing as politics and historical transmission   This corona diary is also an asthma diary, and by extension an anxiety diary impressed with the memory of other earlier epidemics that threatened the ability to breathe. It reflects on my urgent fears that my mother, now elderly and asthmatic, should keep breathing through the…

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Corona diaries | Daniel Burdsey

Ambulances and ASDA vans: a night on Bear Road Once more the sound of crying Is number one across the earth ‘The Sound of Crying’, Prefab Sprout, 1992 Wednesday 25 March 2020. Seven o’clock in the evening. It is 48 hours since Boris Johnson announced the government’s new restrictions on people leaving their houses. Staying…

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Corona diaries | members’ writing on the 2020 corona pandemic

Across UOB colleagues are sharing their thoughts and personal experiences of the pandemic. We invite members to share their experiences as they are happening, their daily thoughts and responses to all aspects of Centre politics- environmental spatial cultural- as well as to read the politics of corona through their personal lives. We invite you to…

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Visiting Fellow – Suzanne Dhaliwal

Welcome to our Visiting Fellow 2020 Suzanne Dhaliwal. Suzanne is a highly regarded and influential climate justice creative and strategist who brings an important critical lens to the functioning of privilege and power within the climate movement. She was voted one of London’s most influential people in Environment 2018. She works as a climate justice…

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Visiting Fellow – Suzanne Dhaliwal

Welcome to our Visiting Fellow 2020 Suzanne Dhaliwal. Suzanne is a highly regarded and influential climate justice creative and strategist who brings an important critical lens to the functioning of privilege and power within the climate movement. She was voted one of London’s most influential people in Environment 2018. She works as a climate justice…

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Visiting Fellow – Suzanne Dhaliwal

Welcome to one of our 2020 Visiting Fellows Suzanne Dhaliwal. Suzanne is a highly regarded and influential climate justice creative and strategist who brings an important critical lens to the functioning of privilege and power within the climate movement. She was voted one of London’s most influential people in Environment 2018. She works as a…

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Visiting Fellowship Applications for 2020 now open

The Centre for Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics has an annual round of inviting applications for Visiting Research Fellows, including theoretical research, practice-based research and enterprise-related research (community or industry engagement). The aim of the selective scheme is to provide external researchers, artists, and entrepreneurs with a recognised and visible platform for producing excellent research…

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