In this blog, Anna summarises her experiences of working in the GCHU research team and her advice for any students considering applying for future placement opportunties.
A research team from the GCHU and Primary Care has been awarded funding from the University’s OPEN Network to explore a new community engagement method in Oxford, called “Listening Exchanges”. The aim of the Listening Exchanges approach is to bring…
GCHU Research Associate and Kellogg College Visiting Fellow Dr Katherine Maxwell delves into the key takeaways from COP28 and explores the implications for the world’s urban centers.
GCHU Intern Aisha Valenzuela, an MSc student in Nature, Society and Environmental Governance at the University of Oxford, discusses the importance of citizens’ juries in modern-day democracy and their relationship with well-being, focusing on the effects on cities and environmental governance. This blog post draws on the findings derived from a scoping review conducted under the supervision of Dr Astrid Krisch.
GCHU Co-Director Dr David Howard outlines the format for the 2024 Summer School in Venice hosted by the European Cultural Academy and organised by the GCHU and The King’s Foundation.
GCHU Postdoctoral Research Fellow Astrid Krisch outlines the insights of her newest research paper published in the journal ‘European Urban and Regional Studies’
In a world where the urgency of climate action is paramount, recent political controversies have cast a shadow on our collective efforts. Populist right-wing views have driven a wedge into the consensus around climate change, challenging even the feasibility of net zero targets. Visiting Fellow Tim Dixon explores these challenges and the importance of creating shared, long-term visions for our cities, transcending short-term politics, and fostering consensus through deliberative democracy in his thought-provoking blog.
Olivia White (BA(Hons), Architecture, University of Kent) joined the ‘Sustainable, Healthy Cities: Building for the Future’ Summer School in Venice co-organised by the GCHU, and presents her design for an urban neigbourhood in Venice.
GCHU Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Dr Astrid Krisch describes her experience of organising and participating in the 6th Foundational Economy Conference in Vienna, bringing together scholars, practitioners, and policymakers from across Europe and beyond.
BA Geography student Anna Williams joined the GCHU on a four-week Summer Internship where she took on the role of Student Research Associate.
We have an exciting opportunity to join the Global Centre for Healthcare and Urbanisation (GCHU) team at Kellogg College as a Postdoctoral Researcher.