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Dr Martin Zebracki

Associate Professor of Critical Human Geography
Areas of expertise
cultural geography; public-art practice; sexuality; queer theory; citizenship; digital culture; social inclusivity
10.130 Irene Manton Building
Faculty of Earth and Environment
School of Geography

Dr Martin Zebracki is a cultural geographer whose research sits at the crossroads of the geographies of public art practice, sexuality and (queer) citizenship with recent special interest in their digitally networked dimensions. He has been awarded a grant by the Arts and Humanities Research Council to lead the project Queer Memorials: International Comparative Perspectives on Sexual Diversity and Social Inclusivity (QMem) from 1 January 2018. Zebracki is Equality and Inclusion Leader in the School of Geography and Secretary of the Royal Geography Society (RGS-IBG) Space, Sexualities and Queer Research Group.