Lucia Brisudova, a geographer (!) talks fear of crime, use of space, technology in research and the dangers of being too busy!
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We're super excited about visiting scholars here in the School of Justice. We recently welcomed Lucia from Palacký University Olomouc, Chechia. Lucia is a geographer. Yes, you read that right, a geographer! Lucia's research looks at how people view public space and fear of crime. Tune in to hear me nail some geography speak and Lucia talk about working across disciplines, travelling the world, running in the dark, and figuring out life balance.
In other news, we're taking a break for Christmas. We'll be back in the new year with more adjuncts, researchers, students, and interesting people talking How to Academia.
This podcast was developed with support from the Queensland University of Technology.
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Mentions and Show Notes
Mapping topo-ambivalent places for the purposes of strategic planning of urban space. The case of Šternberk, the Czech Republic by Lucia Brisudová, Petr Simacek & Miloslav Šerý (2020)
Topophilic and topophobic
Favourite theorist/theory: behavioural geographer Yi-Fu Tuan