Dr Gina Kallis
School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
BA (Hons) Geography with Sociology, First Class Honours (Plymouth University)
Kallis, G., & Yarwood, R., (2021) 'Intergenerational language practices, linguistic capital and place: The case of Greek-Cypriot Migrant Families in the UK'. Children's Geographies (Ahead of print).
Clason, C., Rangecroft, S., Kallis, G., Lewin, S., & Mullier, T. (2021) ‘GlacierMap: A virtual opportunity to explore the Andes’ vanishing glaciers’. Geography, 106 (3): 148-153
Kallis, G., Stephanides, P., Bailey, E., Devine-Wright, P., Chalvatzis, K., & Bailey, I. (2021) ‘The complexities of engagement with island communities on energy transitions: Participation, trust and conflict’. Energy Research & Social Science, 81, 102257.
Kallis, G., Yarwood, R., & Tyrrell, N. (2020) ‘Gender, spatiality and motherhood: Intergenerational change in Greek-Cypriot migrant families in the UK’. Social & Cultural Geography
Kallis, G., Yarwood, R., & Tyrrell, N. (2019) 'Translocal space across migrant generations: The case of a Greek Orthodox Church in the UK'. Population, Space and Place. 25 (5) DOI:10.1002/psp.2206
Tyrrell, N. & Kallis, G. (2017) ‘Children in transnational family migration’ in: Ni Laoire, C., White, A. and Skelton, T. (eds) Movement, Mobilities and Journeys, Volume 6 of Skelton, T. (ed) Geographies of Children and Young People. Springer, Singapore: pp 329-346
Co-Director of the 23rd Annual Population Postgraduate Conference (PopFest, 2015)
Other academic activities
I have a longstanding interest in working with children and young people, and prior to my current role I worked in the charitable sector as an Evaluation Officer for the NSPCC. My role was to contribute to the evaluation of 'Together for Childhood'- a place-based programme aiming to prevent abuse:
I am also a Brilliant Club tutor and have delivered a Geography course entitled 'The Anthropocene vs. Deep Time - A journey through Earth's climate history' to secondary school students in Plymouth.
The Brilliant Club is an award-winning charity that works with schools and universities across the UK and aims to increase the number of pupils from under-represented backgrounds progressing to highly selective universities: