Michael Buser invited to present cultural activism work at the Graduate School of Education Research, Exeter University

On 13 March 2013 Michael spoke with members of the Re-Place research group in the Graduate School of Education Research, Exeter University.  Re-Place includes scholars from a range of disciplines interested in geographical concepts such as space and place within the context of education.  At the seminar, Michael presented a longer version of the Connected Communities project and spoke at length about his research in Stokes Croft, Bristol.  It is hoped and expected that this relationship will continue across universities, disciplines and ‘time and space’ through further collaborations and dialogue.  A pdf of the seminar presentation can be found here.