I am happy to receive expressions of interest on any geographical topic, but my current supervision oversees postgraduate research on geography and the arts and geographies of identity (particularly race).
Current PhD Supervision
Tunde Olatunji ‘Human-centred AI systems to inspire Swansea city residents to engage in creative placemaking’ (EPSRC: Centre for Doctoral Training in Enhancing Human Interactions and Collaborations with Data and Intelligence Driven Systems). Domain supervisor.
Joe Rees, ‘Urban-Economic Development, Urban Density, and Purpose Built Student Housing’ (ESRC). Second supervisor.
Eleanor Cotterill (2021) Everyday Experiences of Statelessness in the UK.
Junseob Han (2019) Relations, viewpoints, knowledge, and boundaries in the multicultural city : a study of London and Seoul.
Shehla Khan (2019) Between nation and faith: a study of intersectional identities of young Muslim women in Swansea
Anna Piggot (2018) From the Margins to the Mainstream: Imagining Socioecological Futures in Wales.
Laura Stowe-Evans (2018) Convention vs Experience: A study into the effectiveness of participatory and non-participatory theatre practice in a Welsh youth political engagement context.
Ethan Mills (2021) 365 Days of Belonging, Activism and Change: Examining the perception of minorities in the UK in the wake of the Black Lives Matter Summer.
Claire Forster (2020) Following the SWP Uniform: A Play with ‘Bleeding Humans’.
Eleri Evans (2014) Building a low carbon future: examining processes of effective community engagement in Wales.
Bomi Choi (2021) Migrants and/in Contemporary South Korean Theatre: Multicultural transformation, the Korean diaspora and representation of ethnic otherness (Royal Holloway, University of London).
Meera Nair (2020) Acting Lives: A tale of creative mobilities in three parts (National University of Singapore).