sexuality & gender | digital cities | urban landscapes
GENDER AND SEXUALITY
From Toronto to Sydney, Manchester to Brighton, I have the privilege of collaborating with world- renowned scholars to contribute to gender and sexuality studies from a geographic perspective.
New technologies call into question the role of neighbourhoods in shaping identities. My work explores the mobilities of ideas, the emergence of new spaces, and the ways in which discourses travel and intersect around the world.
I explore urban landscapes, and ask questions about whose identity becomes visible, where, and how.