Committee Members (2020-2023)
|Chair||Jennie Middleton||Associate Professor
University of Oxford, Transport Studies Unit
School of Geography and the Environment
Research interests: urban walking, everyday mobilities, care in the city, qualitative methods for urban research
|Treasurer||Daniel Keech||Countryside and Community Research Institute, University of Gloucestershire.
Research interests: urban food systems, urban-rural relationships and European food cultures.
|Events and Conference Officer||Enora Robin||On Parental Leave
Leverhulme Early Career Research Fellow at the Urban Institute
Research interests: urban climate action - climate justice - energy transitions - climate and infrastructure finance.
|Events and Conference Officer||Katie Higgins|| Postdoctoral Fellow on the Changing Elites Project at the University of Oxford.
Research interests: social and spatial inequalities, in particular as they relate to elites, privileged migration, ‘race’ and colonialism.
|Membership Secretary||Niranjana Ramesh|| Leverhulme Early Career Research Fellow, LSE Department of Geography & Environment.
Research interests: coastal cities, urban sea, fishing, infrastructures, urban water, urban nature.
|Dissertation Prize Coordinator||Vacant|
|Website and Communication Officer||Basak Tanulku||Independent researcher. PhD degree in Sociology Lancaster University.
Research interests: gated communities, boundaries, housing, socio-spatial fragmentation, DIY Urbanism and alternative spaces, urban voids, nature/culture.
|Ordinary Member||Creighton Connolly||Assistant Professor, School of Graduate Studies & Institute of Policy Studies, Lingnan University, Hong Kong.
Research interests: Urban Political Ecology, Environmental Governance, Heritage, Landscape, Participatory Methods, Southeast Asia
|Ordinary Member||Jin Xing||Lecturer in Geospatial Analysis in the School of Engineering at Newcastle University.-
Research Interest: Smart Cities, Geographic Information Science, Machine Learning, Urban Change Detection, Big Data Analytics, Spatio-Temporal Modelling, and Volunteered Geographic Information.
|Ordinary Member||Nabeela Ahmed||Lecturer
Department of the Natural and the Built Environment
A feminist geographer focused on urban precarity and governance in post-colonial settings, particularly in India.