Research News – Summer 2022

Publications Ming-Te Peng (PhD Candidate) has published her first article in Asia Pacific Education Review, under the title “Relocating the education reform movement: how have universities in Taiwan experienced Neoliberalization?” Silvia Bombardini, George Kalivis, and Floriane Misslin (PhD researchers in Visual Sociology) published a short online article titled “Going off script: The subversive potential of misworn clothing” in The … Continue reading Research News – Summer 2022

Research News – May 2022

Awards Jennifer Fleetwood (with Charlotte Scott in Department of English) have been awarded £29,324 from the AHRC to form a research network with Clean Break Theatre Company. The project is called “A story of her own: Finding a space for women to speak beyond the criminal justice system”. The project starts in July and will … Continue reading Research News – May 2022

Research News – December 2021

Publications Evelyn Ruppert with Stephan Scheel published an edited collection with Goldsmiths Press based on the findings of Evelyn’s ERC project, ARITHMUS. It includes chapters co-authored by different combinations of the six-member project team: Data Practices: Making Up a European People.  The book is Open Access and will soon be downloadable in pdf from MIT … Continue reading Research News – December 2021

Alternative facts and immigration: fake it til you make it?

Sat 18 March 2017 14:45 – 16:45 GMT Tate Modern Southwark Room, 5th Floor, Tate Exchange London SE1 Political propaganda is not new. With migration, it’s a world of shadowing boxing. ‘They’re coming to take your jobs’ ‘We can’t help them’ ‘Health tourists!’ ‘Let’s get tough’ Recently, government policy in the UK and elsewhere has been about shaping what … Continue reading Alternative facts and immigration: fake it til you make it?


Tate Modern, Bankside, London SE1 9TG DATES 14 March 2017 at 12.00–18.00 15 March 2017 at 12.00–18.00 16 March 2017 at 12.00–18.00 17 March 2017 at 12.00–18.00 18 March 2017 at 12.00–18.00 19 March 2017 at 12.00–16.00 Drop-in daily In a moment of global movement, connection and dis-connection of people across national borders, we ask who … Continue reading WHO ARE WE?

Smart Ethnography

1000 – 1800 16 December, 2016 PSH 302, Goldsmiths University of London The aim of this workshop is to bring together and evaluate critically the use of smartphones in ethnographic research. We ask, what are the particular affordances of smartphones and in what ways might they extend particular sorts of ethnographic practice? To what extent … Continue reading Smart Ethnography