Monthly Archives: October 2014

Sociology staff Profile: Adam Eldridge

As part of our ongoing series giving an insight into your lecturers’ interests and aspirations we profile Dr Adam Eldridge, whose teaching centres around themes such as cultural consumption, globalisation, identity, leisure and the night-time economy. What first interested you in sociology? … Continue reading

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Sociology Open Research Series: Dr Kath Albury on Queering Sexting and Sexualisation

Here’s a video of Kath Albury from the University of New South Wales in the inaugural event of our Sociology Open Research series 2014-15.

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Family and Kinship in London and Turkey: A Survey to put the Turkish-Speaking Alevi Faith Communities on the Map

Caroline, Umit and Celia with colleagues Derya Keskin and Yucel Demirer in Turkey, have been given a £10,000 British Academy Award to continue their research with the London Alevi Community. This research will put the almost invisible yet vibrant, Turkish-speaking, … Continue reading

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Sociology Staff Profile: Hilde Stephansen

Dr Hilde Stephansen is next up in our ongoing series of staff profiles which give an insight into your lecturers’ interests and aspirations. Hilde joined our department in September, and writes on democracy, digital culture and media activism. What first interested … Continue reading

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