I am interested in supervising PhDs that reflect my research interests, in particular focusing upon playful mapping and ethnographies of contemporary mapping practice and island studies.
Kate McLean: (Joint with Royal College of Art from 2013) Smell Maps as Cartographic Portraits of Sensory Perception in the Urban Environment.
Amy Barron ESRC Doctoral Collage Funded 2016- The age friendly city: more than representational practice
Amy Mulvenna School/Faculty funded 2016- Post conflct mapping across sectarian divides
Dan Evans ESRC Doctoral College 1+ 3 funded 2015- White masculinities
Lauren Greeley ESRC Doctoral College 1+3 funded 2017- Following the smell: performing perfume
Esteban Arevalo Maldonado External Ecuadorian scholarship 2017- Historical mapping browsers
Jennifer O'Brien: Conceiving maternal child healthscapes in rural Uganda, PhD, School of Environment and Development Graduate Teaching Fellowship (GTF) (with N Coe) (PhD 2011)
E. Ann Gardiner: The role of the tactile map in environmental education and recreation (PhD 2001).
Taki Sonbli: (From 2011) Lead Supervisor The politics and practices of planning mapping in the Middle East. (Phd 2016)
Alex Gecker: (Joint with University of Utrecht and University of Warwick) Digital mapping interfaces as casual, navigational, political devices. (PhD 2016)
Samuel Hind: (Joint with University of Warwick and University of Utrecht) Digital mapping technologies and the co-production of protest events. (PhD 2016)
Clancy Wilmott: (SED Studentship from 2012) Lead Supervisor Placing mobile mapping: technology and the global city. (PHD 2017)