ESR 4 will research “Migrant and diasporic productions of gender equality”, investigating the ways in which migrant and diasporic communities are a site for production of gender equality in (at least) two contemporary European cities, how they relate to transnational routes and connections, what key cultural artifacts intervene in the production or imagining of gender equality. The research will use both established methods and new digital methodology, such as smartphone apps, to record urban engagements with gender equality creatively visualize alternative social realities and bring alternative encounters, knowledges and cultures into the cities. This research is part of Work Package 2 “Urban Cultures of Gender Equality” led by Oviedo University and Hull University . This ESR will be employed by and complete a PhD at The University of Oviedo, and will be required to undertake a secondment at the University of Hull. For more information on the position and to apply please follow this link.