Space, Time and Everyday Life

The Space, Time and Everyday Life Research Group (STERG) aims to explore the attenuation between space, time and everyday life and society.

Founded in rigorous theoretical explication of literature related to spatialities and temporalities, including – but not limited to - work from philosophy (Henri Lefebvre, Gaston Bachelard); human geography (David Harvey, Rob Shields) anthropology (Marc Auge, Jean Baudrillard), sociology (Pierre Bourdieu, Loic Wacquant) and cultural theory (Paul Virilio, Donna Haraway) the group elucidates a range of concepts to research in education, healthcare professions and the arts and social sciences in new and vital ways.


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Research members

Members and partners

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