Lucinda David, PhD candidate at CIRCLE and the Department of Human geography, Lund University, will present her PhD project with a title “A tale of two closures: How agency found its way home”, consisting of three solo-authored articles, preceded by a kappa. The final seminar is the last opportunity for the PhD candidate to present her work and receive feedback before the PhD defence.
Date/Time: Wednesday 25th of March 2020, 13:15- 15.00
DIGITALLY find us here: https://lu-se.zoom.us/j/665864078 Meeting ID: 665 864 078.
In person: Flygeln, Department of Human Geography, Sölvegatan 10, Lund.
Opponent: Markku Sotarauta from Tampere University (Finland)
Paper1: David, Lucinda. 2018. Agency and resilience in the time of regional economic crisis. European Planning Studies 26(5), pp. 1041-1059
Paper 2: David, Lucinda. How term limits constrain the emergence of agency. To be revised and resubmitted in March 2020.
Paper 3: David, Lucinda. A Meta-analysis of case studies on place leadership from 2009-2019 using a qualitative comparative analysis. To be submitted.
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You are most welcome to attend!