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Environment Seminar Series: Nancy Worth and Daniel Cockayne of GEMExport this event to calendar

Thursday, January 25, 2018 — 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM EST

The Faculty of Environment is proud to announce the latest instalment of our exciting free speaker series.

Please mark your calendars for THURSDAY, January 25, 2018, and join us for a complimentary lunch and a free lecture by some of the brightest minds in environmental research.

Lunch and Lecture Location:

Alumni Hall — St. Paul's University College 1102, 11:30am to 1:30pm​

This Month:

Nancy Worth, Assistant Professor of Geography and Environmental Management will give a lecture titled: 

Boomeranging home: understanding why milllennials live with parents in Toronto, Canada


Daniel Cockayne, Assistant Professor of Geography and Environmental Management will give a lecture titled: 

Language and economy practices: the function of the sharing discourse in the on-demand economy

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Nancy Worth: Nancy is a feminist economic geographer who is interested in work, social reproduction, inequalities, age and generations, and feminist theory. Theoretically, her interests lie in relationality and temporality, focusing on futurity, intergenerationality and precarity. Nancy is also concerned with research practice, including ethics, participation and innovative qualitative methods.

Daniel Cockayne: Daniel is an economic geographer who is interested in ‘startup economies,’ digital media, equity finance, entrepreneurship, gender and sexuality, and emotions and affect in the workplace.

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