Dr Jennie Middleton appointed new Tutorial Fellow in Geography at St Anne’s

We are delighted to announce that  the position of Associate Professor in Geography with Tutorial Fellowship in Geography at St Anne’s College has been offered to Dr Jennie Middleton. Dr Middleton’s appointment is subject to ratification by the Governing Body of St Anne’s College and the Social Science Division of the University. The committee received several exceptionally outstanding applications and made its recommendation after very careful consideration of the multiple needs of the School, the Transport Studies Unit and the College.

Jennie Middleton joined the Transport Studies Unit as a Senior Research Fellow in Dec 2013. Prior to this she was a Senior Lecturer in Human Geography at Kingston University. Dr Middleton holds a BA (Hons) in Geography (University of Wales) and an MSc in Human Geography Research (London School of Economics). Following the completion of her PhD at King’s College London (2007), she was awarded an ESRC Postdoctoral Fellowship at Royal Holloway, University of London (2007 – 2008). She has also held research and lecturing posts at Cardiff University and the University of Plymouth, and was a Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Western Sydney. Dr Middleton’s work to date has been funded by the British Academy, ESRC, John Fell Fund, and the Wellcome Trust.

Dr Middleton’s research pertains to three overlapping themes: geographies of mobilities; care in the city; and innovative methodologies for urban research. All three themes are underpinned by concerns with the relationships between theory, policy and practice.

Find out more about Dr Middleton here. We look forward to welcoming her to St Anne’s.