Luke Dickens Lecturer in Urban Futures | King's College London
Luke Dickens is an urban cultural geographer with an interdisciplinary background situated across work in the humanities and social sciences. He is known for his research exploring ideas of place, belonging, and citizenship within urban youth cultures, his innovative use of visual and participatory methods, and his sustained commitment to community collaborations and public engagement. His research has focused primarily in London, and draws on a wide range of policy, practitioner and community networks. Luke became a Lecturer in Urban Futures at King’s College London in September 2017, having joined the Department of Geography as a Teaching Fellow in 2016. Prior to this he was a Departmental Lecturer in the School of Geography and Environment at the University of Oxford (2015-16).