Craig Gurney

I am a Lecturer in Housing Studies in the School of Social and Political Sciences (Urban Studies) University of Glasgow and Director of the Postgraduate Diploma/MSc Housing Studies Programme. My research interests are in the field of housing studies and include the meaning of home, the geography of harm and the social construction of housing tenure. I teach courses on housing inequality, housing policy and health policy. My scholarship interests are in feedback literacy, learning technology, particularly audience response tools, lecture capture & online learning. Before joining the University of Glasgow I taught at Sheffield Hallam University from 1991-1996 and at Cardiff University from 1996-2019. Whilst at Cardiff, I twice won the "most innovative member of staff" title at the university-wide Enriching Student Life Awards.

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Cultural impact of housing displacement gentrification (Coursera)

Nov 22nd 2021
Cultural impact of housing displacement gentrification (Coursera)
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This course provides an introduction to gentrification and to the cultural impacts of housing displacement for people in cities and neighbourhoods across the world. Gentrification is a term which has been used to describe the process by which wealthier people move into an area leading to the [...]
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