LBC Radio interview on Brazil’s impeachment vote

April 21, 2016

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Audio file can be downloaded here

Posted in: Brazil, Interviews, Politics

Post-doctoral research project: ‘Subjectivity, boundaries and social reproduction at the urban periphery’

March 3, 2016

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This is a Dropbox link to my proposal for a FAPESP-funded post-doctoral research project at the Centro de Estudos da Metrópole (CEM), São Paulo: Subjectivity, boundaries and social reproduction at the urban periphery. NB. You will need a Dropbox login to access the file and it may take a few minutes to download.    

PhD Thesis: Favela, Network and Identity in a Complex City

November 12, 2015

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This is a Dropbox link to my PhD thesis: Favela, network and identity in a complex city: A comparative neighbourhood study in Rio de Janeiro (completed September 2015, Department of Geography, King’s College London). NB. You will need a Dropbox login to access the file and it may take a few minutes to download.   Abstract Although they continue to […]

On Corbyn and our collapsing orthodoxies

October 7, 2015

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our collapsing This article was published on Open Democracy A strange thing has happened in the British political scene since the financial crash of 2008. On the one hand, many mainstream economic commentators have begun to question the orthodoxy that prevailed prior to (and which was largely responsible for) the crash and its continuing fallout. […]

English football’s media-industrial complex – You are the problem!

June 24, 2014

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Without a doubt, the World Cup I most enjoyed as a youngster was USA ’94. Aside from my Merlin sticker book, Baggio’s trickery, Bebeto’s goal celebrations and Valderama’s hair, what, in hindsight, was most enjoyable about the tournament was the fact that England weren’t in it. If my ten-year-old self could have known what would […]

Posted in: Football, UK

Britain’s housing addiction – time for rehab?

March 6, 2014

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Politics in Britain starts and ends with housing. Issues like economic performance, immigration, public spending, and Britain’s relationship with the EU (and with itself) tend to grab the headlines. However, it is housing more than anything else that undergirds Britain’s economic structure and, by extension, its political status quo. The worrying thing is that it does so in a highly inequitable, unstable and unsustainable way.

Olympic Rio de Janeiro: ‘Post-Third World city’ or neoliberal ‘city of exception’?

December 29, 2013

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This article was written for Rio On Watch   After its year of protest it’s time to re-examine what kind of Rio de Janeiro is emerging from the ‘city project’   The widely (though not universally) held belief that Brazil had entered a new era of economic stability and social progress was severely dented in […]