Scottish Alliance for Geoscience, Environment and Society

Franziska Paul

Department / group: School of Geographical & Earth Sciences
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Research interests:

Climate change, energy transition, labour environmentalism, environmental policy

Career history:

10/2015-present PhD in Geography at the University of Glasgow, ESRC funded via Environment, Climate Change & Energy Pathway

09/2014 – 09/2015 MRes Human Geography at the University of Glasgow, graduated with Distinction, awarded prizes for Best Overall Degree Performance and Highest Graded Masters Dissertation

09/2010 – 07/2014 MA (Hons) Geography-Sociology at the University of Aberdeen, graduated with First Class Honours (1:1), awarded prizes for highest standard of undergraduate dissertation (O’Dell Memorial Prize in Geography & Professor Roy Mellor Memorial Prize in Human Geography) and best student in their final honours year (Deeside Field Prize in Memory of Dr John S Smith)

Active research projects:

PhD Subject area: Geography (Environmental geography, energy geography, political geography)

PhD Working title: "Energy Democracy Coalitions and Radical Energy Futures"

Recent publications:

Paul, F. (forthcoming) Deep Entanglements: History, Space and (Energy) Struggle in the German Energiewende. Under review at: Geoforum

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