My research uses a creative and critical ethnographic approach to investigate urban public space, everyday geographies and cultural co-existence in super-diverse neighbourhoods of north-east London. My research sits at the intersection of cultural geography, urban studies and creative practice. It uses cartographic, audio-visual and participatory practice to examine the complex relations and multiple dimensions of urban space and its role in shaping socialities, identities and belonging.
Research project website: https://mappingsuperdiversity.wordpress.com/
Personal website: https://cargocollective.com/kstansfeld/Mapping-Superdiversity