Mr Patrick Geoghegan
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Mr Patrick Geoghegan

School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (Faculty of Science and Engineering)

Biography

Biography

ESRC-funded PhD researcher working with the School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences. Current research project looks at the implications of urban grassroots environmental movements on human-nature relations in the city. My research focuses specifically on the London National Park City movement, and aims to explore: (1) how the National Park City framework is being used to re-think the relationship between people, nature, and the city, and (2) to explore the various encounters, relationships, politics, and practices emerging within the context of the movement. 

Supervisors: 

Dr Kim Ward

Prof Ian Bailey

Qualifications

BA History, University of Sheffield (2011-2014)

MSc Anthropology, Environment and Development, University College London (2016-2017)

PhD Human Geography, University of Plymouth (ongoing)

Research

Research

Research interests

Academic interests include more-than-human geographies, the politics of co-existence, and sustainable urban futures.