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Dr Iliana Ortega-Alcázar 

Research Fellow in Human Geography

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Dr Iliana Ortega-Alcázar is a Research Fellow in Human Geography at the University of

Southampton, working on the project ‘Hitting home: Single people, housing benefit reform and

equalities law’.

2008: PhD, Sociology, London School of Economics

2003: MSc, City Design and Social Science, London School of Economics

2001: BA, Sociology, UNAM, Mexico City

 

Employment

Iliana was previously Research Associate at Queen Mary University of London on the Leverhulme Trust funded project ‘Place, Culture, Film: An Investigation into Migrants’ Health Making Practices’ co-ordinated by Professor Isabel Dyck She has lectured at the London School of Economics and Political Science; Birkbeck, University of London; and Brunel University London.

Research

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Research interests

My research interests are in housing and home, family and intimate life, urban space and the social life of cities.

Current research project

Iliana Ortega-Alcázar is a Research Fellow on the project ‘Hitting Home: Single people, housing benefit reform and equalities law’ led by Dr Eleanor Wilkinson. For more information visit: http://lhacuts.uk/

Research group

Population, Health and Wellbeing (PHeW)

Athena SWAN committee

Book

Ortega-Alcázar, I. (2016) Autoconstrucción de vivienda, espacio y vida familiar en la Ciudad de México, PUEC-UNAM;FLACSO: Mexico City


Film 

Migration, Health and Well-being: Health Practices in Place. 2012 [DVD] By Dyck, I., Hawkins, M., Ortega-Alcázar, I. and Rabikowska, M. London: Queen Mary University of London, University of East London, The Leverhulme Trust https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAW6slembFU


Journal articles

Ortega-Alcázar, I. & Wilkinson, E. (2017) ‘Just a room in a shared house: The impact of housing benefit cuts on single parents with non-resident children’ Discover Society, Special Issue ‘Families and Relationships across Crises’

Wilkinson, E. & Ortega-Alcázar, I.  (2017) ‘A home of one’s own? Housing welfare for ‘young adults’ in times of austerity’ Critical Social Policy

Ortega-Alcázar, I. and Dyck, I. (2012) ‘Migrant narratives of health and wellbeing: Challenging ‘othering’ processes through photo-elicitation interviews’ Critical Social Policy, Vol. 32, Issue 1, pp. 106 - 125.

Kanai, M. and Ortega-Alcázar, I. (2009) ‘The prospects for progressive culture-led urban regeneration in Latin America: cases from Mexico City and Buenos Aires’. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. Vol. 33, Issue 2.

Ortega-Alcázar, I. (2009) ‘Five windows into Latin American cities: Current research from Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Mexico’. Space and Culture. Vol. 12, Issue 4.


Book chapters

Ortega-Alcázar, I. (2012) Visual Research Methods. In Susan J. Smith, Marja Elsinga, Lorna Fox O’Mahony, Ong Seow Eng, Susan Wachter, David Clapham, (editors), International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home, Vol 7. Oxford: Elsevier; pp. 249–254.  

Ortega-Alcázar, I. (2006) ‘Family through housing: The family-house process in Santo Domingo, Mexico City’, In C. Gomes (Ed.), Social development and family changes. Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom: Cambridge Scholars Press

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