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Amy Batley

Amy Batley

PhD Candidate in Architecture

Wolfson College, University of Cambridge

Supervisor: Professor Wendy Pullan


Biography:

Amy's PhD research studies urban community, identity and conflict in relation to terrorism. Amy is a member of the Centre for Urban Conflicts Research and is supervised by Professor Wendy Pullan.

Amy graduated from Durham University in 2016 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geography and a certificate in Politics, before completing her Master's of Philosophy in Architecture and Urban Studies in Department of Architecture at Cambridge in June 2017. Her Master's thesis is entitled: 'Terrorised Cities: Urban Response and Preparation in the (Re-)Creation of Terrorism'.

Amy supervises the modules 'Urban Issues Today' and 'Divided Cities: The Politics of Mapping and Design' for third year students on the BA Tripos (ARB/RIBA Part I).

Outside of her work in the department, Amy is interested in media and journalism. She has served as Investigations Editor at Varsity since December 2018.

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Research presentations and talks:

‘Manchester Together’?: Unity and Community in the city after terrorism’, Conference paper at the 'Cities in Conflict: Urban Space and Violence' conference, in the session entitled: ‘Terror, Safety and Securitization’. June 2019.

‘Prepared landscapes and neurotic city-zens’, Conference paper at the Royal Geographical Society 2018 Annual Conference, in the session entitled: ‘Changing landscapes / Changing the landscapes of terror and threat: materialities, bodies, ambiances, elements’. August 2018.

Research Interests

urban terrorism; terrorism; urban conflict; community; urban identities