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Siobhan McGuirk

Postdoctoral Early Career Researcher
s.mcguirk (@gold.ac.uk)+44 (0)20 020 8228 5922

Within the GlobalGRACE team, I work with Dr. Nirmal Puwar on the project: "Space Invading: Curatorial practices and the making of a Global Museum of Equality"

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Jimmy Turner

Senior Research Associate and Project Manager
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Senior Research Associate & Project Manager for GlobalGRACE, researching art and decolonial gender constructions in Rio

William Viney

Research Associate - People Like You: Contemporary Figures of Personalisation
w.viney (@gold.ac.uk)+44 (0)20 7919 5926

People Like You: Contemporary Figures of Personalisation is a project funded by a Collaborative Award in the Medical Humanities from the Wellcome Trust. It is led by Professors Sophie Day (Goldsmiths, Anthropology), Celia Lury (Warwick University, Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies) and Helen Ward (Imperial College London, School of Public Health).

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Yael Gerson

Project Coordinator for People Like You: Contemporary Figures of Personalisation
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Research Coordinator for People Like You: Contemporary Figures of Personalisation.

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Dr Suzanne Clisby

Senior Research Fellow
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Co-Director GCRF GlobalGRACE Project

I am a Senior Research Fellow in Anthropology and the co-director of the Global Challenges Research Fund Global Gender and Cultures of Equality (GlobalGRACE) Project: https://www.globalgrace.net/ Aside from directing GlobalGRACE, I work principally with our project partners in Bangladesh on 'Women working in men's worlds: visualising female construction workers and the quest for more equitable futures in Sylhet'; and with our project partners in Mexico on 'Por el buen vivir y el buen migrar: creating cultures of equality through the Migrant Museum with indigenous communities of Chiapas'. As with all our GlobalGRACE research, both these projects bring theoretical approaches from gender studies and anthropology together with arts based practices and multi-sensory research to investigate the production of cultures of equality internationally.