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Welcoming Faith MacNeil Taylor to the Department

Welcoming Faith MacNeil Taylor to the Department

  • Date18 September 2020

We are delighted to welcome Dr Faith MacNeil Taylor to the Department as a Lecturer in Human Geography.

Faith MacNeil Taylor

Faith’s research interests centre on the geographies of intimacy, social reproduction, political economy, housing and precarity. Faith’s last study explored the ways that precarity is lived on an everyday basis among young people in London, in their familial, sexual, and platonic relationships, honing in on how co-existing precarities affect people's sense of their own and others' futures.

Faith will be making a number of key contributions to the Department’s teaching including Cities, Cultural Geographies and the Modern World, and Geographical Techniques.

We very much look forward to collaborating and working with Faith in the year ahead.

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