20th March 2019, Sheffield Hallam University
This event comprised of a morning session that explored innovative methods for interdisciplinary infrastructure investigations through the following talks and mini-workshops:
Dr. Martin Dodge (University of Manchester) “Historical Geographies of Infrastructure – The value of maps, plans, diagrams, and other visual documentations”. Details of the book that this talk was based on can be found here.
Ashley Lewis (PhD Researcher, University of Nottingham) gave a talk and mini-workshop on her PhD, which explores interdisciplinary research approaches to urban sustainability research projects. Here is a link to the Leverhulme Trust funded research programme that Ashley’s PhD is connected to.
Dr. Aimee Ambrose (Sheffield Hallam University) “Walking with Energy – overcoming energy invisibility through research participation?”. The link to the Festival of Social Science event that this talk was based on can be found here.