Room Manton 10.130
School of Geography
University of Leeds
Leeds LS2 9JT UK
+44 (0) 113 34 33331
Email for an appointment
Dr Martin Zebracki is a cultural geographer whose research revolves around the intersecting geographies of public art, urban art-led-regeneration, (queer) sexuality and identity, where he develops mixed qualitative research methodologies. Zebracki’s recent research includes the digitally networked spaces of public art and their potentials and limitations for socially inclusive engagement. Zebracki is Deputy Research Cluster Leader in Social Justice, Cities, Citizenship and the Equality and Inclusion Leader. He is Secretary of the Royal Geography Society (RGS-IBG) Space, Sexualities and Queer Research Group. See below and personal website for further information about research, learning and teaching, and outreach.
- Zebracki M (2017) Urban preservation and the queerying spaces of (un)remembering: Memorial landscapes of the Miami Beach Art Deco Historic District. Urban Studies, forthcoming
- Zebracki M (2017) Regenerating a coastal town through art: Dismaland and the (l)imitations of antagonistic art practice in the city. Cities: The International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning, forthcoming
- Zebracki M (2017) Queerying public art in digitally networked space. ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies, forthcoming
- Zebracki M; Sumner A; Speight E (2017) (Re)making public campus art: Connecting the university, publics and the city. Public Art Dialogue, forthcoming
- Zebracki M; De Bekker D (2017) Public art for an inclusive city: Producers and publics on the social potentials and problems of flagship vis-à-vis community art. City & Society, forthcoming
- Zebracki M (2016) Homomonument as queer...