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Diverse places and the high street

Dr Suzanne Hall

Dr Suzanne Hall

Much of British life and experience happens around the high street. By engaging with this space we can explore how national and global processes, such as migration, shape our experience.

Dr Suzanne Hall is an urban ethnographer and Director of the Cities Programme in the Department of Sociology at the London School of Economics. In this podcast we speak to Dr Hall about how people make, shape and participate in their urban spaces based on her research into ordinary and super-diverse streets.

You can follow Dr Suzanne Hall on twitter at @SuzanneHall12

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