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Erin Sanders-McDonagh, Magali Peyrefitte and Matt Ryalls

Erin Sanders-McDonagh

Erin Sanders-McDonagh is a lecturer in Criminology at the University of Kent. She is a feminist public scholar with a commitment to radical and engaged pedagogic practices. Her research explores inequality in different forms, and she has worked with a range of marginalized groups in recent research projects. Erin has a strong commitment to working with scholars from across disciplinary boundaries and to moving research findings beyond academia into the public arena. She is a founding member of Project Baseline, a multidisciplinary collective that seeks to map processes of gentrification using multisensory methods. See more at http://baselineproject.org/

Department of Criminology and Sociology
School of Law
Middlesex University
The Burroughs, London, NW4 4BT
United Kingdom

Email: e.sanders@mdx.ac.uk

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Magali Peyrefitte

Dr Magali Peyrefitte is a lecturer in Sociology at Middlesex University. She is interested in exploring various urban related issues using a range of multi-modal and multi-media methodologies.

United Kingdom

Email: m.peyrefitte@mdx.ac.uk

Matt Ryalls

Matt Ryalls is a Senior Lecturer in Fashion Communication at Middlesex University. He studied Fashion Design at Central St. Martins and has worked as a stylist and Fashion Editor for Arena, Dazed & Confused, Exit, Nylon, POP and The Face magazines, in addition he has collaborated with numerous designers on runway presentations internationally. His interests include the intersection between sub/youth/pop cultural communication and sociology, and the understanding of Fashion Communication as Anthropology.

United Kingdom

Email: m.ryalls@mdx.ac.uk