I am a critical human geographer with an interest in autonomous, citizen-led and post-modern social and educational responses to environmental change. I hold a BA in Spanish and Politics from the University of Nottingham (2013), an MSc in International Development from the University of Bath (2017) and am currently a University of Bristol doctoral researcher in Geographical Sciences. My research is focused on non-formal, place-based and embodied practices of ecological learning; or more specifically, looking to alternative educational pedagogies and spaces for their impact on forming/transforming environmental values, relationships and behaviours. Alongside my doctorate, I am actively involved in a number of climate change education research networks in collaboration with academics and public sector workers, exploring possibilites for educational reform. In my previous employments I have also been engaged with civil society projects centered around sustainability - from permaculture and community-supported agriculture to sociocracy and ecovillages. My supervisors are Dr. Naomi Millner, School of Geography and Prof. Keri Facer, School of Education.
University of Bath
Award Date: 1 Sep 2016
University of Nottingham
Award Date: 1 Sep 2013
Structured keywords and research groupings
- Cabot Institute City Futures Research
- Cabot Institute Environmental Change Research