Jennie Middleton

Senior Research Fellow

School of Geography and the Environment

BA (Hons) Wales, MSc, PhD London

jennie.middleton@ouce.ox.ac.uk

Dr Jennie Middleton is a Senior Research Fellow in the Transport Studies Unit based in the School of Geography and the Environment. Prior to this she was a Senior Lecturer in Human Geography at Kingston University. Jennie holds a BA (Hons) in Geography (University of Wales) and an MSc in Human Geography Research (London School of Economics). Following the completion of her PhD at King’s College London (2007), Jennie was awarded an ESRC Postdoctoral Fellowship at Royal Holloway, University of London (2007 – 2008). She has also held research and lecturing posts at Cardiff University and the University of Plymouth, and was a Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Western Sydney.

Whilst having a background in urban, social and cultural geography Jennie’s research strongly relates to the field of mobilities and transport research. Her current research explores everyday urban mobility, particularly people’s spatio-temporal and embodied mobile experiences, and the implications of this for urban and transport policy. Jennie’s work to date has been funded by the British Academy and ESRC and has been published in a range of internationally peer reviewed journals including Environment and Planning A, Geoforum, Social and Cultural Geography, and Urban Studies (please follow link for publication details). Jennie is course director for the TSU’s short course Oxford Leadership Programme: Global Challenges in Transport hosted at Kellogg College and is module leader for the MSc in Sustainable Urban Development on the transport and sustainability module. She also teaches on the Final Honour School special option ‘Transport and Mobilities’ in the School of Geography and Environment.