Research

Alongside my freelance consultancy work, I am currently studying part-time towards my PhD in the Centre for the History of the Emotions at Queen Mary University, London.

The title of my PhD is ‘Heart of Stone: how do we learn from places and spaces that no longer exist? an investigation into the ideas of genius loci and emotional heritage’

I will be posting more information about my specific research areas here shortly.

In the meantime you can find a summary of my research question in one my recent blog posts.


Academic publications list

  • Co-author and practitioner researcher on Museums on Prescription project best practice toolkit, UCL Culture, University College London, 2017
  • Joint editor with John Reeve of the GEM journal, Learning through heritage, Autumn Issue, 2008
  • Author of Reading the city: active heritage learning in the GEM Journal, 2006
  • Author of article in ‘Reflect’, the magazine of the National Research and Development Centre for Adult Literacy and Numeracy (NRDC) provided a forum for dialogue between research, policy and practice, article on Practitioner research: just a fling… or a long-term relationship?, Reflect edition 6, 2006

Participation in conferences and symposiums

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Header image: English Heritage memorial plaque to the Tyburn Gallows on a traffic island between Oxford Street, Hyde Park and Edgware Road