Impact & Engagement

2022

Interview, Everyday Climate Change, Breakfasters show on 3RRR radio station, Melbourne;

Interview, The human geography of the climate crisis, GeoPod Podcast, Geographical Association, U.K;

Graphic novella, Sou, G., Risha, A., Sims, C., and Ziervogel, G. Everyday Stories of Climate Change. RMIT University and The University of Manchester;

Author, Sou, G., Risha, A., and Ziervogel, G. How do we teach young people about climate change? We can start with this comic. The Conversation;

Author, Reframing resilience as resistance: Feminising food sovereignty. In Ruszczyk, H. A, Chmutina, K., and Desmaison, B. Feminism and the City?, GRIPP Digital Magazine;

2021

Author, ‘Silencing and speaking for participants: The problems of concealing researcher sexuality‘. Pride in the Field. Royal Geographical Society;

Featured, ‘Staying put after disasters‘. Being immobile in a world of movement (digital photography exhibition). Festival of Social Science;

Photo Exhibition, Staying put’: Resistance after disasters. People’s History Museum, Exhibition on Migration, Manchester, U.K. In partnership with Photographer Tamzin Forster;

Author, ‘Silver linings: Covid-19 helps address gendered access to football.’ Energy in Football;

Invited speaker, Family Recovery From Disasters: Methods, Ethics and Illustration. Peterloo Institute;

Featured, ‘Research on welcome culture in Bass Coast, Sentinel Times newspaper;

2020

Author, ‘Barbudans resist disaster capitalists, The New Internationalist magazine. Jan/Feb 2020 Issue. Pages 60-61;

Featured, Illustrating Anthropology. (physical exhibition) by the Royal Anthropological Institute, U.K., Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool, as part of the Being Human Festival;

Featured, Illustrating Anthropology. (digital exhibition) by the Royal Anthropological Institute, U.K;

Project video, Emotional Mapping at Complexo do Alemão – Rio de Janeiro, Brasil. Funded by the Watson Institute at Brown Univeristy, U.S.A;

Interview, Representation and Storytelling. Disaster Deconstructed Podcast. Season 2, Episode 9;

Interview, Intangible resources and how disasters hit home, Geographies of Risk podcast;

2019

Graphic novella, Sou, G., and Cei Douglas, J. After Maria: Everyday recovery from disaster. University of Manchester, U.K. (comic);

Graphic novella, Sou, G., and Cei Douglas, J. Después de Maria: Recuperación dia a día de desastre. University of Manchester, U.K;

Chair, Creative Disasters: What role for the artist in the coming disaster? Institute of Postcolonial Studies, Melbourne, Australia;

Featured, The Guardian UK, Illustrated Cities. We all just stood there in shock. What happens to a city after disaster. A comic’;

Photo Exhibition, ‘Voices from the margins of disaster. The Institute of British Geographers Annual Conference, London, U.K. In partnership with Photographer Tamzin Forster;

Featured, Broken Frontier: Exploring the Comics Universe, After Maria – Putting the GRAPHIC in ETHNOGRAPHIC, London, U.K;

Featured, The University of Manchester Magazine. “After Maria” (a graphic novella);

Interactive Exhibition, “After Maria” (a graphic novella) Interactive Multimedia display. Bluedot Music Festival, Manchester, U.K;

Interview, How do graphic novels help understanding of disaster?. Ask the Geographer Podcast. Royal Geographical Society, London, U.K;

Author, Barbudans are resisting “disaster capitalism”, two years after Hurricane Irma. The Conversation, London, U.K;

Author, Four reasons to graphically illustrate your research. London School of Economics, Impact Blog. London, U.K;

Talk, ‘Disasters in “developing” countries’, Whalley Range High School, Manchester, U.K;

2018

Author, When the lights go out after disasters: the disproportionate burden on women. The Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute, University of Manchester, U.K;

2017

Interview, BBC Breakfast TV about Hurricane Irma;

Interview, BBC Radio Scotland about Hurricane Irma;

Interview, BBC Radio Manchester about Hurricane Irma;

Author, How to tell the stories of those worst affected by a disaster likeHurricane Irma. The Conversation, London, U.K.;

Consultant, BBC Radio 4 show, ‘First World Problems’ by Martin Jameson;

Post-show discussant, Be/Longing as a Refugee’ theatre play, Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester, UK;

Chair, Not the Fake News: Activism and The Art of Displacement’, Journeys International Festival, Contact theatre, Manchester, UK;

Post-show discussant, Be/Longing as a Refugee’ theatre play, Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester, UK;

Chair, Palmyra Post-Show Discussion, Journeys Refugee International Festival, HOME arts and culture centre, Manchester, UK;

Contributing researcher, Not the Fake News: Real stories of refuge and asylum. Pathway Arts and Migration Lab, Manchester, U.K;

Research station, After Hours Science Uncovered, European researchers night, Horizon 2020, Manchester Museum, UK;

Consultant, Be/Longing as a Refugee’ theatre play. Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester, UK;

2016

Author, ‘Cultures and Disasters’. Arts Research, Issue 6. School of Arts, Languages and Culture, University of Manchester, U.K;

Author, A very warm welcome to our first cohort of BSc students! The Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute, University of Manchester, U.K;

Author, Compassion for refugees: Is it more about us than them?. The Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute, University of Manchester, U.K.;

2015

Author, Feeding back findings: Disaster risk reduction in urban Bolivia. Global Development Institute, University of Manchester, U.K;

Speaker, Three Minute Thesis Competition, University of Manchester, UK.;

2014

Author, Strivers and Skivers: Lessons from the Global South. Brooks World Poverty Institute, University of Manchester, U.K;

Author, Levelling the playing field for researchers. London School of Economics, Impact Blog. London, U.K;

Author, Podcast your research. Development@Manchester, University of Manchester, U.K;

Author, About Viva Voce. Campaign for Social Sciences;

Speaker, ‘300 Seconds: Women in Science’, Spaceport, Manchester, U.K;

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