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New research is framed within conceptualisations of gender identity , cultural events and resistance to globalisation , as well as mapping human rights and special events , currently focusing on the links between sex work , human trafficking and international sporting events .
My inspiration is my mother , Dr Madelon Lubin Finkel , Professor of Clinical Public Health and Director of the Office of Global Health Education at Weill Cornell Medical College . A champion for women ’ s health , she has inspired me to believe in the importance of education for achieving equality and making the world a better place .

‘ My inspiration is my mother , she has inspired me to believe in the importance of education for achieving equality and making the world a better place .’

Dr REBECCA FINKEL

SENIOR LECTURER , BUSINESS , ENTERPRISE AND MANAGEMENT

Dr Rebecca Finkel is a critical Events Geographer . As part of the University ’ s “ commitment to relevance , sustainability and championing of social change ”, my research centres on identity , social justice and events management .

This is a shift in focus from my PhD exploring the role of cultural festivals in the creative economy . Events Management is an emerging research field , so I was able to identify an area under-represented in the literature to conduct impactful research and produce innovative outputs .

New research is framed within conceptualisations of gender identity , cultural events and resistance to globalisation , as well as mapping human rights and special events , currently focusing on the links between sex work , human trafficking and international sporting events .
My inspiration is my mother , Dr Madelon Lubin Finkel , Professor of Clinical Public Health and Director of the Office of Global Health Education at Weill Cornell Medical College . A champion for women ’ s health , she has inspired me to believe in the importance of education for achieving equality and making the world a better place .

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