Research News – October 2021

Awards Fay Dennis has been awarded the Sociology of Health & Illness New Writer’s Prize for her article Drug fatalities and treatment fatalism: Complicating the ageing cohort theory. Faten Khazaei (Postdoctoral Researcher) has been awarded the Brigitte-Schnegg-Prize for 2021 for her thesis entitled Manufacturing Difference: Double Standard in Swiss Institutional responses to Intimate Partner Violence. … Continue reading Research News – October 2021

Research News – March 2021

Awards Congratulations to Rebecca Coleman, who has been awarded £8,903.92 by the British Academy / Leverhulme for a Small Grant entitled: “Feeling, making and imagining time: Everyday temporal experiences in the Covid-19 pandemic”. Publications Clare Levy has had a chapter published in a new book on Youth research on participation and inequalities. The chapter is … Continue reading Research News – March 2021

Research News – February 2021

Awards Congratulations to Yesim Yildiz, who has been awarded a 3-year funded ESRC New Investigator’s Grant, entitled: Official Archives of State Violence, starting 1 March. Congratulations, also to Miranda Armstrong who received an award of £8385 from the grassroots organisation Resourcing Racial Justice to further develop her PhD research and undertake some advocacy around the … Continue reading Research News – February 2021

Public Engagement Awards!

Congratulations to Jennifer Fleetwood, Michael Guggenheim and Michaela Benson whose work has been recognised in the Goldsmiths’ Warden’s Annual Public Engagement Awards. The criteria for the awards consider mutual benefit, innovation, quality and sustainability. Jennifer Fleetwood – Supporting Anti-death Penalty Activism – Special Award for Impact within the Established Researcher category.    Jennifer is a long-term … Continue reading Public Engagement Awards!

Emma Jackson shortlisted for Thinking Allowed Ethnography Award

Dr Emma Jackson’s ‘Young Homeless People and Urban Space: Fixed in Mobility’ is in the running for this year’s BBC Radio Four and British Sociological Association Ethnography Award. Published in August 2015, the book is based on an innovative multi-method study of the young people using a King’s Cross day centre. It explores contemporary spaces … Continue reading Emma Jackson shortlisted for Thinking Allowed Ethnography Award