Striking Women

‘Striking Women: South Asian workers’ struggles in the UK labour market from Grunwick to Gate Gourmet‘ is a Follow-on project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and undertaken by Sundari Anitha (University of Lincoln),…

Somewhere nowhere: lives without homes

The graphic novel Somewhere nowhere: lives without homes has been worked on by a number of researchers including Professor Peter Somerville and has provided readers with a unique insight into the lives of homeless people. The abstract…

Interpreting Rurality: Somerville’s multidisciplinary Research

Professor Peter Somerville has a wealth of experience practising in multidisciplinary research. With psychologists and sociologists at the University of Salford on multiple exclusion homelessness research, as well as with practitioners working for homelessness organisations;…

White’s work to be published by Routledge in early 2014

Dr Lisa White’s work on state violence experienced by political detainees in Northern Ireland lies in the field of transitional justice at the intersection between criminology and politics. White’s work and original postgraduate paper, available here will…

Dobbernack’s contribution to ACCEPT

Dr Jan Dobbernack has recently contributed to ACCEPT Pluralism, a 15-country FP7 project that brought together researchers from a number of countries as well as disciplinary backgrounds (including political science, sociology, anthropology, philosophy) to look into levels…