Kelly Dombroski

Senior Lecturer in Human Geography
Department of Geography
University of Canterbury

Degrees

BA, Environment Studies, Massey University
MPhil, Development Studies, Massey University
PhD, Western Sydney University

Research Interests

My research interests converge around the home, everyday life, and the body as sites of social change. My empirical work is based in multi-ethnic northwest China and in urban Australia and New Zealand.  My current book project is an in-depth exploration of the transformative potential of nappy-free infant hygiene (among other practices) and hybrid research collectives for social and environmental change that begins in the home. I am currently working with Katharine Mckinnon and Stephen Healy on a project looking at economies of care (particularly maternity care). I am working with Gradon Diprose, Stephen Healy and others outside the collective on a project on commoning and urban wellbeing through community enterprise in post-quake Christchurch.

Contact Information

Department of Geography

University of Canterbury  Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha

Private Bag 4800

Ilam 8140

Christchurch

New Zealand