(MscR Human Geography)
Postgraduate Research Student
1.09 (Benbecula Suite)
Institute of Geography
Research interests (more information can be found on the 'Research Interests' page in the left-hand navigation bar)
Currently my research is concerned with work within the cultural sector. Specifically, I am studying the performativity of museums, and the ways in which the Social Inclusion or Learning and Access agenda has had an impact on museum professionals. This involves engagement with a wide set of literatures including literatures around performance and performativity, space, work and the 'uses' of culture (I am particularly interested in the cultural citizenship literature).
Principal Supervisor - Professor Lynn Staeheli
Secondary supervisor - Dr. Eric Laurier
Human Geography Research Group
Member: Royal Scottish Geographical Society
Munro, E. (2008) Book Review: Denis Cosgrove's 'Geography and Vision'. Royal Scottish Geographical Journal 124 2/3.