I am a researcher working on issues of social and spatial difference. I am interested not simply in measuring the extent of inequality, but rather in thinking critically about why and how inequalities persist.

Specifically, the aim of my research is to address those social and spatial inequalities often presumed to be 'natural', and seek to interrogate the political work achieved by the various processes that divide and distinguish between people and places.

My current project (entitled: "Unequal Lives") explores these issues through an immersive ethnographic study of everyday inequality in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, London.


Samuel Strong

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