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Research Fellow at UCL Urban Laboratory, UCL

Lo Marshall researches and teaches urban geographies of gender and sexuality as a Research Fellow at the UCL Urban Laboratory and Bartlett School of Architecture, and a doctoral candidate in the Department of Geography, UCL. In 2020, Lo was selected a am 'Emerging Voice in Architecture' and contributed an Architecture for a New Generation manifesto as part of a collaboration between the London Festival of Architecture and the Design Museum.

Lo’s doctoral research explores gender diversity in Britain through the lived experiences of trans people. Collaborating with Prof Ben Campkin, Lo has researched and published on LGBTQ+ Nightlife in London, guest edited Urban Pamphleteer #7 (Campkin, Marshall and Ross 2018), co-curated a ‘Queer Salon’ at the Museum of London (2018) and contributed to ‘Queer Spaces: London, 1980s – Today', at The Whitechapel Gallery, London (2019), and ‘Electronic: From Kraftwerk to The Chemical Brothers’, at the Design Museum, London (2020-2021).


  • –present
    Research Fellow in (PLEASE FILL OUT), UCL