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She is a Docent of Human Geography in the Department of Geography and Geology, as well as a Researcher in the Faculty of Law at the University of Turku (Finland).
Using ethnographic and qualitative approaches, her research focuses on the intersections of law, technology, and space. She has investigated how various spatio-legal configurations affect urban dwellers in segregated or criminalized spaces, migratory spaces, natural spaces, and blended (physical/digital) spaces. Her last visit at the Lab focused on spatial justice and data justice, particularly as they are implemented in urban environments.
Her research incorporates perspectives from non-representational geographies, continental philosophy, critical urban theory, information theory, legal materialism.
The Faculty of Law at the University of Turku and the Law & Theory Lab have started a mutual collaboration based on these and other shared topics of interest.
Miriam is a Visiting Research Fellow at the Law & Theory Lab.
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