Current research

My current research can be situated at the intersection of urban, transport, social and cultural geography. Empirically the focus is usually on the everyday mobilities of people, goods and information. In theoretical terms my work is influenced by scholars and thinkers as different as Torsten Hägerstrand, Isabelle Stengers, Daniel Kahneman, Michel Foucault and Nigel Thrift. Despite this diversity, I like to think of it as organized around four general concerns:

  1. Inequality – gender, age, mobility capital, segregation, infrastructure development
  2. Well-being – concepts and understandings, linkages with mobility, governance
  3. Futures and temporality – sustainability transitions, decision-making, rhythm, habit, path dependency
  4. Method – quantification in critical geography, mixed methods, epistemology

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