I am a PhD student at the University of Sheffield Department of Geography
My research interests include alternative and non-capitalist economic practices, commons and commoning, democratic politics and prefigurative politics. My research is funded by the ESRC and the Grantham Centre for Sustainable Futures.
I completed my MSci in Geography at the University of Bristol in 2015, and an MA in Social Research at the University of Sheffield in 2020.
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In January 2021, stories about an American chain called GameStop started appearing in the news. GameStop is a bit like a GAME equivalent – it sells games and consoles, but is otherwise unremarkable, so the fact that it was making international news and trending on social media was a surprise. Even more surprising was that … Continue reading Stealing from the rich and giving to the poor: How GameStop activists took on the stock market
As a city, Nottingham isn’t known for much. Neither North or South, it is a middling sort of place – but one thing that residents are fiercely proud of is Raleigh bikes. Raleigh was founded in the city in the 1800s, and the company had a huge impact on the Lenton area of Nottingham. The … Continue reading What can Nottingham’s Banksy tell us about property, care and the commons?
Hello there, and welcome to my blog. This is a space where I share ideas that I come across when writing my PhD. As my first entry, I’d like to introduce myself and what you can expect from this blog. I’d love to hear who you are, so feel free to introduce yourself in the … Continue reading Welcome!