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Dr Georgina Blakeley

Dr Georgina Blakeley

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Dr Georgina Blakeley

Dr Georgina Blakeley

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Dr Georgina Blakeley is Lecturer in Politics at the Open University.  She is chair of Introducing the Social Sciences which is the largest module in the Open University and the largest social science foundation module in the UK. She researches and publishes in two main areas: Spanish politics with a particular focus on the recovery of historical memory and local governance and local democracy.  She is currently co-authoring a book on The Politics of Urban Regeneration in East Manchester to be published in 2012 by Manchester University Press.


Dr Georgina Blakeley's research

Georgina Blakeley (2018-07-21) Misplaced faith? Implementing Spain's 2007 Reparation Law, Routledge

Georgina Blakeley and B.J. Evans (2017) Leading the way? The relationship between 'Devo-Manc', Combined Authorities and the Northern Powerhouse, Palgrave Macmillan

Georgina Blakeley (2016-04) “Vestir el muñeco”: Torcuato Fernández-Miranda, la “herestética” y la Ley para la Reforma Política [“Keeping up Appearances”: Torcuato Fernández-Miranda, “Heresthetics” and the Spanish Law for Political Reform], In Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociológicas(154)

Georgina Blakeley (2014-01) Conflict and deliberation, Edinburgh University Press

Georgina Blakeley and Brendan Evans (2013-10) The Regeneration of East Manchester: A Political Analysis, Manchester University Press

Georgina Blakeley (2012) Evaluating Spain's Reparation Law, In Democratization 2(20)

Georgina Blakeley (2010-11) Inclusion: beyond the human?, In Contemporary Political Theory 4(9)

Georgina Blakeley and Valerie Bryson (2010-11) Mind the gap: democracy in theory and in practice, In Contemporary Political Theory 4(9)

Georgina Blakeley (2010) Governing ourselves: citizen participation and governance in Barcelona and Manchester, In International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 1(34)

Georgina Blakeley and Brendan Evans (2010) Citizen participation in East Manchester: from practice to theory, In Representation 3(46)

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