- Triona Fitton - The Quiet Economy of the Contemporary Charity Shop. (Prof Sarah Nettleton)
- Melahat Sahin-Dikman - A Bourdieusian Lens onto Professions (Prof Mike Savage)
- Nermeen Sayad - Kassam - Young Egyptian activists perceptions of the potential of social media for mobilisation (Brian Loader)
- Graham Geddes - Keyboard Warriors: The production of islamophobic identity and an extreme worldview within an online political community (Dr Rowland Atkinson) and
- Joanna Wolton (MA by Research) - Can you care for a profit? A micro-ethnographic exploration of the lived realities of formal care workers for the elderly. (Prof Sarah Nettleton)
Monday, 14 July 2014
PhD and research degree Graduands - July 2014
We would like to offer our congratulations to our students who are graduating with PhD and other research degrees on Friday 18 July:
Representing Popular Street Parade in the Museum - Symposium by European Centre for Cultural Exploration
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Tuesday 26 June 2018 09:00-17:00pm Speaker: Professor Karen Throsby - Unviersity of Leeds, Professor Nick Crossley - University of Manche...
Bethany Robertson on Women in Farming As a farmer's daughter I've always been interested in the position of women in agricultur...