Shari Daya

After completing my PhD in cultural geography at Durham University in 2007, I worked as a research associate on a range of projects from sustainable consumption to the link between neighbourhoods and adolescent mental health. In 2008 I took up a lectureship in human geography at the University of Cape Town. My current research explores how people imagine and participate in ‘alternative’ economic systems, such as the social economy, informal trade and creative industries. I am interested in how such economic activity shapes urban life and culture, particularly in Africa and India. My research has been published in such journals as Gender, Place and Culture, Geoforum, Social and Cultural Geography, Cultural Geographies, Area, and The South African Geographical Journal

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