Gerry Mooney, Philip O'Sullivan and Doreen Massey on the Scottish Independence Referendum and beyond
OpenSpace Research Centre was delighted to welcome Dr Gerry Mooney, Senior Lecturer in Social Policy and Criminology at the Open University in Scotland, who gave the following presentation: Critical Reflections on the Scottish Independence Referendum: Questions of Class, Nation and Political…
Paul-François Tremlett on the relationship between religion and social change
Dr Paul-François Tremlett is a Lecturer in Religious Studies at the Open University. His interests focus on contemporary East Asian religiosities and spiritualities, spatialities and geographies and place-making practices, modernity(ies) and secularism(s), cognitive theory of religion, Marxism and…
Phil Crang on the relevance of cultural geography
Professor Phil Crang gave a seminar at the OpenSpace Research Centre on 27 March 2013. Prior to his talk, he spoke to Nadia Bartolini on the relevance and future of cultural geography.
Sara MacKian engages with the spiritual in everyday life
Dr Sara MacKian is a Senior Lecturer in Health and Wellbeing at the Open University. Following her OpenSpace seminar on 7 March 2012, Nadia Bartolini spoke to Sara about her views on how to consider and locate the spiritual in social science research. 
Beatriz Jaguaribe talks about Rio de Janeiro
Nadia Bartolini interviewed Professor Beatriz Jaguaribe following her seminar at the OpenSpace Research Centre on 8 February 2012 where she discussed the imaginaries of Rio de Janeiro. The following links provide further information on the urban planning strategies involved in the construction of…