Today, the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), my funding provider, are heading to the University of Surrey for their annual visit to the South East Doctoral Training Centre (SEDTC), my funding organiser/deliverer. Whilst I will not be in attendance at the event, all researchers funded through the SEDTC have been asked to produce a poster about their work for the visit.
As I am still in my Master’s year, I have no doctoral research yet to showcase so my poster is about what I intend to research, how I intend to research it and its potential impact. Essentially a re-jigged and simplified version of my PhD proposal, it is provisionally titled – Running the City: Movement, Meaning, Experience and is available below (click to enlarge picture) or from the Talking tab.
I will be very interested to see how the project changes over its course and what the differences between what I proposed and what I actually do are. The proposal is very broad, leaving much room to follow the avenues I find exciting, to be inspired and generally explore this research topic – which is both daunting and thrilling.
If you have any questions about this proposal or any more of my work, then get hold of me through the Contact tab.