The members of staff in the Culture, Space and Power research theme explore the geographies of cultural practices, forms and knowledges and the cultural dimensions of geographical processes in many different historical and geographical settings. Our research has strong interdisciplinary links (with history, English, law, anthropology, art and performance studies) and often involves external collaboration with organizations beyond the academy including museums and arts organizations. See our short film to find out more about this dimension of our work:
Our research is shaping international debates in a range of areas. These include:
The three sub-themes are connected by an AHRC funded programme with the V&A Museum of Childhood, The Child in the World, on the global connections of London childhoods (Alison Blunt, Miles Ogborn, Alastair Owens).