PG conference Inter/Sections
Conference -Naomi Waltham-Smith presenting at 'Blood on the leaves / And blood at the roots': Reconsidering Forms of Enslavement and Subjection across Disciplines
Warwick Environmental Humanities Network Reading group
Book launch for Naomi Waltham-Smith
Uncovering social and regional inequalities using spatial data and interdisciplinary methods
Socio-economic inequalities are among most urging global problems. We will discuss briefly what this entails based on social and racial inequalities in cycling in London. This case study will serve as a prompt for a more general discussion about urban, rural, and regional problems that require an interdisciplinary approach. I will introduce regional science and spatial methods approach.
We will talk about an iterative research design, where methods are enriched with ongoing research. The case study of London inequalities (Bednarowska-Michaiel, 2021) will be an example of linking social research with spatial modeling.
● Discuss an interdisciplinary research design to social problems
● Discover new methods and spatial data
● Meet other students and exchange ideas
● Get inspiration for your dissertation methods