Postgraduate Research Student, Faculty of Social Sciences
Prior to her PhD studies at the University of Nottingham from December 2015, Hannah Keding worked as a research associate at the Family-focused Research Centre (FaFo) at the Statistical Office of Baden-Württemberg (Stuttgart, Germany). There she has been working on the First Report on Poverty and Wealth Baden-Württemberg.
Hannah received her master's degree in Political and Administrative Science from the University of Konstanz in 2012 and her bachelor's degree in Political Science (major) and French from the University of Tübingen in 2009 (both Germany).
Her PhD research focuses on the relation between urban governance and sustainability in the sense of intergenerational and social justice. Comparing the case study cities Nottingham (UK) and… read more
Her PhD research focuses on the relation between urban governance and sustainability in the sense of intergenerational and social justice. Comparing the case study cities Nottingham (UK) and Stuttgart (Germany), it is of interest how policy making is co-produced (Jasanoff, 2004) with power dynamics and inequalities, values and morality in both regimes. The research is funded as part of the project Sustaining Urban Habitats: An Interdisciplinary Approach, supported by the Leverhulme Trust, at the Laboratory for Urban Complexity and Sustainability (LUCAS).
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