PhD Candidate in Human Geography, UNSW

Peta is a PhD student in Human Geography at UNSW. Her recent paper in Urban Policy & Research, ‘Co-opting the night: the entrepreneurial shift and economic imperative in NTE planning’, co-authored with Danielle Drozdzewski, critiques the economic imperative in nightlife planning. Her paper ‘Encountering the night with mobile methods’ published in Geographical Review explores the value of biographical narratives and mobile methods for understanding prejudice and discourse in place.

Experience

  • –present
    PhD Candidate in Human Geography, UNSW Australia

Education

  • 2011 
    UNSW, BA (Hons)