Manchester Institute of Social and Spatial Transformations (MISST)21
The Manchester Institute of Social and Spatial Transformations (MISST) is an interdisciplinary research institute comprised of over 30 researchers from Cultural Studies, Economics, Human Geography, Law and Sociology.
MISST was originally established as The Institute of Culture, Gender and the City (ICGC) in 2003 as part of the University's restructuring of research into 10 specialist research institutes. The Institute was renamed and restructured as MISST in 2007 to more accurately reflect the research being undertaken by its members.
- The resistible rise of Islamophobia: anti-Muslim racism in the UK and Australia before 11 September 2001
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- Mundane mobilities, performaces and spaces of tourism
- On the social relations of contract research production: power, positionality and epistemology in housing and urban research
- Policy analysis from first principles
- Cyberwoman and her surgeon in the twenty-first century