Nicole Printy Currie
Research title: Geographies of Life and Belonging in Palestine: the Practices of Retrieving the Incarcerated Dead
ESRC PhD Studentship (2021-24)
Postgraduate Excellence Scholarship (2020-21)
SOAS Master's Scholarship (2013-14) the School of Oriental & African Studies, University of London
Scottish International Educational Institute (2012)
Royal Geographical Society-Institute of British Geographers (Newcastle, England)
Paper: ‘The struggles to return the carceral dead in Palestine: theoretical tensions & methodological possibilities’
Session: Emerging Research in Political Geography
American Association of Geographers (online)
Paper: 'The politics of place & the storied edges of Palestine: an exploration of the Palestinian Museum’s Digital Archive'
Session: The archive, research, and archival space: Geography and Critical Methodological Approaches
Feminist Review, Bloomsbury Gender Network & SOAS Centre for Gender Studies Biennial Conference, "Gender & the Colonial" (London, England)
Paper: "I will kiss the ground of my cell, as it is part of my homeland", Spatial Politics & Gender: Israel's Carcerality of Palestinian Women
Session: "Early Career Voices"
"Tackling Hate Speech: Living Together Online", Council of Europe & EEA Norway Grants (Budapest, Hungary), sharing a panel discussion with Human Rights Watch & the European Commissioner Against Racism & Intolerance
Qualitative Research Methods Lab Demonstrator
Research Assistant, Coalition Against Punishment
School of Social & Political Sciences, the University of Glasgow
Client Advisor, Migrant Help (Glasgow, Scotland)
Providing OISC approved immigration advice, assisting clients to understand and apply for asylum support and access specialist support.
Outreach & Engagement Worker, Bright Choices, Edinburgh & Lothians Regional Equality Council
Big Lottery funded project addressing issues related to gender based violence & abuse through awareness intiatives, training and stakeholder engagement.