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PhD in Sociology

Programme content

The Sociology PhD spans a diverse range of areas reflecting the strengths of our staff, graduate students and courses. These include strong clusters in:

  • gender, sexuality and women’s studies
  • health and illness
  • visual sociology
  • traditional media forms and new social media
  • the sociology of science
  • body and society
  • bioethics and bio-power
  • postcolonialism
  • politics and political cultures
  • mourning and the sociology of death and dying
  • racism and ethnicity
  • social and political thought

Further information

About the course

Programme director:

John Solomos

Course structure

Entry requirements