Caring in the night-time city: filling the spatio-temporal gaps in childcare



Sieun is a first year DPhil student at the Transport Studies Unit at the School of Geography and Environment, University of Oxford. Prior to her doctoral studies, she was at the London School of Economics studying the MSc Human Geography and Urban Studies programme. She also holds a bachelor's degree in Urban Studies from the Bartlett School of Planning, University College London.

Current Research

Her current research looks at how childcare is produced, experienced, and practised in the night-time city. She is focusing on the everyday care practices that are filling the gaps in public provisions of night-time childcare in Japan.

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