B.Arts (Hons) University of Sydney, PhD University of Sydney
Dr Kirsten Seale is Postdoctoral Research Fellow at UNSW Art & Design. She has published widely on the intersections between cities, urban design, place, and the social and cultural production of space.
She is the author of Markets, places, cities (Routledge, 2016) and co-editor of Informal urban street markets (Routledge, 2015). Other recent publications include 'Imagining and making alternative futures: slow cities as sites for anticipation and trust' (co-authored with Sarah Pink) in Manuel Castells (ed) Another Economy is Possible: Culture and Economy in a Time of Crisis (Polity Press, 2017) and 'The paradox of waste: Rio de Janeiro’s Praça XV flea market' in Lindner & Meissner (eds) Global garbage: urban imaginaries of excess, waste, and abandonment (Routledge, 2015).
Previously, she was Research Fellow at RMIT School of Media and Communication and Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Research Fellow at the University of Texas at Austin.