Biography

I'm a human geographer interested in how atmospheric science and technology intersect with politics and power. I've worked extensively on the politics of climate change and on the interface between environmental science and policy-making. I've recently become interested in developing a longer, historical take on these relationships, and am currently completing a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship project entitled 'Imperial weather: meteorology and the making of 20th century colonialism'.

My background is in geography and science & technology studies (STS). I completed my PhD here at UEA in 2013, before taking up research positions at King’s College London and the University of Nottingham. I've also held visiting fellowships at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and the Institute for Advanced Study on Media Cultures of Computer Simulation (MECS) at Leuphana University, Germany. 

I teach mainly on our BA and BSc Geography courses, as well as contributing to social science teaching across our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. 

My office hours are on Wednesday, 11:00-13:00.

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