Ian Cook completed a BA in Philosophy and Politics at the University of Liverpool in 2005. He subsequently joined the Multicultural Centre Prague, focussing on the combination artistic and social-scientific approaches to migration and urban issues. He completed his MA in Sociology and Social Anthropology at the Central European University, with a thesis on gentrification in Budapest. Currently a Ph.D. candidate at the same department, he now focusses on temporal and spatial approaches to urbanisation in Mangalore, India. He also occasionally works as a writer and editor for various publications. He can be contacted at ianmickcook(AT)gmail.com.
Articles by this author:
- Hierarchies of Vulnerability: Country report United Kingdom21. 6. 11
- Why it’s impossible to have a debate on immigration in the UK: Assessing the assessment and the assessment of the assessments of the economic impact of migration18. 6. 08