EAC Thesis Award Juror Profile: Jennifer McGarrigle


Jennifer McGarrigle is a researcher in the Centre of Geographical Studies (CEG) and an Assistant Professor of Human Geography in the Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning (IGOT) at the Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal. She holds a PhD in Urban Studies from the University of Glasgow, UK. Her most recent publication is Dominguez-Mujica, J., McGarrigle, J. and Parreño, J.M (2021) International residential mobilities: From lifestyle migrations to tourism gentrification, published by Springer. Her current research focuses on new forms of international residential mobility and impacts in urban areas, with a particular focus on investment and lifestyle migration. She is coordinator of the IMISCOE research initiative ‘PriMob: Privileged mobilites, local impacts, belonging and citizenship’.