Becky Shaw to open ‘People, Place and Policy’ conference, 3 July 2019
Fine Art Reader Becky Shaw will be one of three speakers opening the conference tomorrow at Sheffield Hallam University. Organised by the University’s Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research (CRESR), this one day event will focus on Social and spatial inequalities.
Autonomy is central to the production, reproduction and reduction of social and spatial inequalities. Becky will join Becky Tunstall (University of York) and Peter Wells, (CRESR, Sheffield Hallam University) in a panel debate opening the conference, discussing ‘why should we think about autonomy?
People, Place and Policy (PPP), which organises the annual conference, is an open access journal that provides a forum for debate about how policy shapes the risks, opportunities and constraints that face people and places in contemporary society.
More information about the conference here.