Shaping human-animal connectedness: Training cultures and the emergence of new forms of human-animal relations
Leverhulme funded. This inter-disciplinary project aims to investigate different forms of human-animal connectedness and the ways in which they are shaped by different training cultures. Using dog training as an example, our project explores different training practices and the effects they have on dog-human relationships and the welfare of human and animal participants. We ask whether training practices contribute to the emergence of new, post-human forms of human-animal relations.
The Urban Effects of British Jews' Transnational Practices on London and Israel
Embedding and demonstrating the value of technology-enhanced cultural impact measurement for arts and culture organisations
The Diaspora Strikes Back: lived religion, arts and activism among Sikh and Muslim millenials in Europe
Pilot Study: Long-term Carrbean migrants and their experience of rights and restrictions in the UK
(Re)Constructions of teacher identities under the counter-terrorism agenda: A governmentality perspective
What do psychologists 'do' in Gender identity clinics
British Psychological Society
Towards a diasporic postsocialism: race, migration, and genealogies of encounter
Social Status and Proscociality: A Cross-cultural study in four selected countries
Women of Colour Resist
Open Society Foundations
ERC Funded - This 5 year research project offers the first systematic sociological analysis of the global petrochemical industry in relation to corporate social responsibility and environmental justice. Examining different claims about the health impacts of toxic pollution, this is a highly topical, interdisciplinary project.
Transnationalising Human Rights Advocacy for Palestinian Political Prisoners
Council for British Research in the Levant (CBRL)
Sociology & Social Policy
Philip Leverhulme Prize 2017
Recently completed projects
ESRC Funded - The social, historical, cultural and democratic context of civic engagement.