Miguel is an Undergrad in Political Science and Sociology at University Carlos III de Madrid and Master in Territorial Organisation at University of Seville. Miguel’s PhD aims to research the relationship between working-class habitats and the rise of radical-right politics. The main focus is on how the interplay between different segments of the working-class and urban spaces is related to a reorganisation of welfare-attitudes which can account for the shifting political dynamics in Spanish working-class neighbourhoods. In the project Miguel is employing both spatial statistics techniques and qualitative approaches to research this subject. Miguel’s interests include political attitudes, collective identity and urban communities. Previously Miguel has researched the impact of public policies on the urban surroundings of the river Manzanares for Madrid City Council.