Dr Chloe Kinton
2013 onwards: Research Associate, Department of Geography Loughborough University
2010-2013: PhD, Department of Geography, Loughborough University
2007-2010: BSc, Department of Geography, Loughborough University
My research interests include student geographies, in particular processes of (de-)studentification; geographies of social and population change; rural/urban change, in particular processes of gentrification and urban abandonment and decline; geographies of higher education.
I am currently working on an ORA / ESRC-funded iRGENT (International Rural Gentrification) project, conducting the first in-depth cross-national comparative study of the theory, forms and dynamics of rural gentrification, encompassing France, UK and USA.
Kinton C, Smith DP, Harrison J, 2016, De-studentification: emptying housing and neighbourhoods of student populations Environment and Planning A, 48(8), 1617-1635
Harrison J, Smith DP, Kinton C, 2016, New institutional geographies of higher education: the rise of transregional alliances Environment and Planning A, 48(5), 910-936
Harrison J, Smith DP, Kinton C, 2015, The new regionalisation of UK higher education