School of Geography

Rosalie Warnock


PhD student

Room Number: Geography Building, Room 218


Research interests
Everyday experiences of welfare and austerity, social inequalities, geographies of encounter and value, advice, young people, inter-generational relationships, participatory geographies

PhD research
(Working title) Navigating advice and support: everyday coping strategies in austerity Britain


  • Professor Jon May, School of Geography, QMUL
  • Dr Regan Koch, School of Geography, QMUL


  • ESRC 1+3 studentship (2016 – 2020)
  • Geographies of Children, Youth and Families Research Group (RGS-IBG) conference bursary (2017)

Academic background

  • BA (Hons) Sociology and Geography, University of Cambridge (2015)
  • MRes Geography, Queen Mary University of London (2017)

Conference presentations

  • “Conceptualising transitions to adulthood over time in the London Docklands” – “Futures and alternatives to austerity, economic crisis and neoliberalism” panel, Nordic Geographers Meeting, Stockholm, June 2017
  • “Place, time and transitions: inter-generational perspectives on adulthood in the London Docklands,” 5th International Conference on the Geographies of Children, Youth and Families, Loughborough, September 2017


  • GEG5103 Geographical Research in Practice - methods (2016)
  • GEG4003 Geography in the World – field trip (2017)
  • GEG4004 Research Methods for Geographers and Environmental Scientists - methods (2017 – 2018)


  • Postgraduate Representative, Participatory Geographies Research Group of the RGS-IBG (2017 – 2018)