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Dr Ed Brookes
|Biography||I am a Cultural Geographer currently on an ESRC White Rose Fellowship at the University of Hull.
My current research explores socially engaged art in Hull and its impact on urban and environmental liveability.
I am also part of the Risky Cities Project.
|Research Interests||I have a wide range of research interests which include:
- The role of socially engaged and participatory art in addressing social and environmental issues in urban spaces.
- How art and history can contribute to climate adaptation and build community flood and climate resilience.
- The aesthetic politics of regeneration and planning.
- The social and cultural politics of different architectural spaces - including doors, corridors and domes.
Architecture, Art, Urban/Cultural Geography, Community Engagement, Home, Contemporary Archaeology, Liminality, Precarity, Space, Place, Climate Resilience, Gentrification, Participatory Art, Adaptation Policy, Cultural Policy.