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  • Professor Luis Araujo

    Professor Luis Araujo

    I am broadly interested in understanding how and why industrial firms form and develop different types of exchange relationshipsa and engage in particular types of market practices. What follows is a description of my current interests. The vertical scope and boundaries of the firm. This work is bei... Read more»
  • Professor Monika Buscher

    Professor Monika Buscher

    My research explores the digital dimension of contemporary ?mobile lives' with a particular focus on:  everyday practices, especially distributed collaboration, collective intelligence, digital urbanismrelational, affirmative ethics, IT ethics, informational mobilities and informational self-determi... Read more»
  • Professor Paul Coulton

    Professor Paul Coulton

    My research largely falls into what is known as Game Studies, an area of research that deals with the critical study of digital and non-digital games. More specifically, it focuses on game design, players and their role in society and culture. This means that Game Studies has evolved naturally as an... Read more»
  • Dr Robert Crawshaw

    Dr Robert Crawshaw

    Current research projects The focus of my research is on intercultural studies with particular emphasis on narrative, history, migration and cross-cultural communication. I was formerly associate editor of the journal Language and Intercultural Communication and guest-editor of a double volume on Th... Read more»
  • Professor Tim Dant

    Professor Tim Dant

    Since retiring from my Professorship at Lancaster University in December 2014 I have been pleased to remain a ?continuing member' of the University. I remain on the supervisory teams of two current PhD students, one working on ?climate change rhetoric and catastrophe' and another on the impact of ?l... Read more»
  • Professor Nigel Davies

    Professor Nigel Davies

  • Professor James Faulconbridge

    Professor James Faulconbridge

    I have three inter-related areas of research focus:   Globalization and professional service firms I am also interested in theories of globalization and the way these can be used to understand the globalization of professional service firms. Recent research in this area includes: An ESRC funded proj... Read more»
  • Dr Adam Fish

    Dr Adam Fish

    As a cultural anthropologist, I use ethnographic methods to investigate how media technology and political power interconnect. I examine digital industries?such as social media firms--that exercise their powers of persuasion and digital activists who challenge those powers?such as hacktivists. Much ... Read more»
  • Professor Anne-Marie Fortier

    Professor Anne-Marie Fortier

  • Dr Julia Gillen

    Dr Julia Gillen

    I am a Senior Lecturer in Digital Literacies in the Department of Linguistics and English Language and Director, Lancaster Literacy Research Centre.  I am also a member of the Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning and the Centre for Mobilities Research.  ... Read more»
  • Dr Allison Hui

    Dr Allison Hui

    My research is driven by a curiosity about changes in everyday life in the context of global mobilities of people, objects, and resources. I'm particularly interested in using theories of social practice to understand the dynamics of heterogeneous mobilities, and have studied cases of leisure, touri... Read more»
  • Professor Katy Mason

    Professor Katy Mason

    My research interests originate from work experience in industry.  This experience drove my PhD research which explored the relationship between how firms structured and managed their supply chains and the level of market orientation they achieved.  Today, my research continues in this broad area as... Read more»
  • Professor Lynne Pearce

    Professor Lynne Pearce

    Lynne Pearce arrived at Lancaster in 1990/1, having gained her PhD from the University of Birmingham in 1987. Whilst studying for her PhD, and in the years immediately following, she worked part-time across of wide-range of further and higher educational establishments in the West Midlands, and then... Read more»
  • Professor Colin Pooley

    Professor Colin Pooley

    My research focuses on the social geography of Britain and continental Europe since the eighteenth century. Essentially, I seek to understand how and why society has changed, and the impacts of these changes on people and places. I am particularly interested in the ways in which past processes influ... Read more»
  • Dr Daniela Sangiorgi

    Dr Daniela Sangiorgi

    Daniela's research focuses on Service Design, which was also her PhD topic. She has investigated services as complex social systems, proposing holistic and participatory approaches to Service Design. In her most recent work she focuses on the applications and implications of "Personalisation" an... Read more»
  • Professor Elizabeth Shove

    Professor Elizabeth Shove

    See my personal web page for recent publications and details of past and present projects.   I came to Lancaster in 1995 as deputy director of the Centre for the Study of Environmental Change and was director of the Centre for Science Studies for a couple of years before joining the Sociology Depart... Read more»
  • Jen Southern

    Jen Southern

    My research is a combination of arts practice, mobilities research and speculative software design. I work within the field of mobilties research, with a particular interest in the collaborative use of GPS, both in creative practice, the design of the app 'Comob Net', and in rescue situations. As cr... Read more»
  • Professor Martin Spring

    Professor Martin Spring

    Business-to-Business Services - Operations and Supply AspectsBusiness Models and Operations StrategyOperations management and entrepreneurshipPower in Supply networksResearch Methods in Operations and Supply Management   ... Read more»
  • Dr David Tyfield

    Dr David Tyfield

    Current Teaching In 2014/15 I will unlikely be teaching, while based in Guangzhou. In 2013/14 I taught the following courses: In Lent term: - SOCL332 'The Chinese Century?' In Summer term: - SOCL930 'Policy, Publics and Expertise' for the Masters programme in Environment, Culture & Society and i... Read more»
  • Professor Imogen Tyler

    Professor Imogen Tyler

    In 2014 I was awarded a prestigious Philip Leverhulme Prize to undertake a new project on stigma and inequality provisionally entitled Rethinking the Sociology of Stigma. Pleae note that I will be on research leave and away from the University for two years from 15/8/2015- 1/9/2017. Some of this tim... Read more»
  • Professor John Urry

    Professor John Urry

    John URRY has worked at Lancaster since completing degrees in Cambridge. He is a former Head of the Sociology Department, Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences, and University Dean of Research. From 2003 to 2015 he was Director of the Centre for Mobilities Research and helped to develop the ?new mo... Read more»

 

Honorary / Visiting

  • Dr Carmen Dayrell Gomes Da Costa

    Dr Carmen Dayrell Gomes Da Costa

    My main research interests relate to the use of corpus linguistics methodologies to study language production, from various perspectives and in different settings. I first investigated potential differences (and similarities) between lexical patterning in translated and non-translated texts of the s... Read more»
  • Dr Michael Liegl

    Dr Michael Liegl

    My work focuses on the interplay of technology, spatial organization and social relations. In my Phd dissertation 'Digital Cornerville' I studied the impact of ubiquitous computing, filesharing, and network technologies as well as the very notion of 'network' within the organization of an urban arti... Read more»
  • Dr Katerina Psarikidou

    Dr Katerina Psarikidou

    In addition to research interests mobility innovation for low-carbon cities, Katerina's research interests are also shaped by her past work on various research projects. For her PhD, called Re-imagining Sustainable Agro-Food Futures: Alternative Bio-economies in a Knowledge Society Era', she was exa... Read more»
  • Dr Dennis Zuev

  • Pennie Drinkall

    Pennie Drinkall

    I have worked at Lancaster University since 1993 in various roles but mostly in Sociology. I have been the administrator for CeMoRe (Centre for Mobililties Research) and the Managing Editor for Mobilities Journal since their humble beginnings in 2003. Office Hours The office is usually manned on Tue... Read more»

  • Professor Luis Araujo

    Professor Luis Araujo

    I am broadly interested in understanding how and why industrial firms form and develop different types of exchange relationshipsa and engage in particular types of market practices. What follows is a description of my current interests. The vertical scope and boundaries of the firm. This work is bei... Read more»
  • Professor Monika Buscher

    Professor Monika Buscher

    My research explores the digital dimension of contemporary ?mobile lives' with a particular focus on:  everyday practices, especially distributed collaboration, collective intelligence, digital urbanismrelational, affirmative ethics, IT ethics, informational mobilities and informational self-determi... Read more»
  • Dr Javier Caletrio-Garcera

    Dr Javier Caletrio-Garcera

    Please visit my personal website for information about research and publications: http://javiercaletrio.com/ ... Read more»
  • Professor Paul Coulton

    Professor Paul Coulton

    My research largely falls into what is known as Game Studies, an area of research that deals with the critical study of digital and non-digital games. More specifically, it focuses on game design, players and their role in society and culture. This means that Game Studies has evolved naturally as an... Read more»
  • Dr Robert Crawshaw

    Dr Robert Crawshaw

    Current research projects The focus of my research is on intercultural studies with particular emphasis on narrative, history, migration and cross-cultural communication. I was formerly associate editor of the journal Language and Intercultural Communication and guest-editor of a double volume on Th... Read more»
  • Professor Tim Dant

    Professor Tim Dant

    Since retiring from my Professorship at Lancaster University in December 2014 I have been pleased to remain a ?continuing member' of the University. I remain on the supervisory teams of two current PhD students, one working on ?climate change rhetoric and catastrophe' and another on the impact of ?l... Read more»
  • Professor Nigel Davies

    Professor Nigel Davies

  • Dr Carmen Dayrell Gomes Da Costa

    Dr Carmen Dayrell Gomes Da Costa

    My main research interests relate to the use of corpus linguistics methodologies to study language production, from various perspectives and in different settings. I first investigated potential differences (and similarities) between lexical patterning in translated and non-translated texts of the s... Read more»
  • Pennie Drinkall

    Pennie Drinkall

    I have worked at Lancaster University since 1993 in various roles but mostly in Sociology. I have been the administrator for CeMoRe (Centre for Mobililties Research) and the Managing Editor for Mobilities Journal since their humble beginnings in 2003. Office Hours The office is usually manned on Tue... Read more»
  • Professor James Faulconbridge

    Professor James Faulconbridge

    I have three inter-related areas of research focus:   Globalization and professional service firms I am also interested in theories of globalization and the way these can be used to understand the globalization of professional service firms. Recent research in this area includes: An ESRC funded proj... Read more»
  • Dr Adam Fish

    Dr Adam Fish

    As a cultural anthropologist, I use ethnographic methods to investigate how media technology and political power interconnect. I examine digital industries?such as social media firms--that exercise their powers of persuasion and digital activists who challenge those powers?such as hacktivists. Much ... Read more»
  • Professor Anne-Marie Fortier

    Professor Anne-Marie Fortier

  • Dr Julia Gillen

    Dr Julia Gillen

    I am a Senior Lecturer in Digital Literacies in the Department of Linguistics and English Language and Director, Lancaster Literacy Research Centre.  I am also a member of the Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning and the Centre for Mobilities Research.  ... Read more»
  • Dr Allison Hui

    Dr Allison Hui

    My research is driven by a curiosity about changes in everyday life in the context of global mobilities of people, objects, and resources. I'm particularly interested in using theories of social practice to understand the dynamics of heterogeneous mobilities, and have studied cases of leisure, touri... Read more»
  • Dr Michael Liegl

    Dr Michael Liegl

    My work focuses on the interplay of technology, spatial organization and social relations. In my Phd dissertation 'Digital Cornerville' I studied the impact of ubiquitous computing, filesharing, and network technologies as well as the very notion of 'network' within the organization of an urban arti... Read more»
  • Professor Katy Mason

    Professor Katy Mason

    My research interests originate from work experience in industry.  This experience drove my PhD research which explored the relationship between how firms structured and managed their supply chains and the level of market orientation they achieved.  Today, my research continues in this broad area as... Read more»
  • Professor Lynne Pearce

    Professor Lynne Pearce

    Lynne Pearce arrived at Lancaster in 1990/1, having gained her PhD from the University of Birmingham in 1987. Whilst studying for her PhD, and in the years immediately following, she worked part-time across of wide-range of further and higher educational establishments in the West Midlands, and then... Read more»
  • Professor Colin Pooley

    Professor Colin Pooley

    My research focuses on the social geography of Britain and continental Europe since the eighteenth century. Essentially, I seek to understand how and why society has changed, and the impacts of these changes on people and places. I am particularly interested in the ways in which past processes influ... Read more»
  • Dr Katerina Psarikidou

    Dr Katerina Psarikidou

    In addition to research interests mobility innovation for low-carbon cities, Katerina's research interests are also shaped by her past work on various research projects. For her PhD, called Re-imagining Sustainable Agro-Food Futures: Alternative Bio-economies in a Knowledge Society Era', she was exa... Read more»
  • Dr Daniela Sangiorgi

    Dr Daniela Sangiorgi

    Daniela's research focuses on Service Design, which was also her PhD topic. She has investigated services as complex social systems, proposing holistic and participatory approaches to Service Design. In her most recent work she focuses on the applications and implications of "Personalisation" an... Read more»
  • Professor Elizabeth Shove

    Professor Elizabeth Shove

    See my personal web page for recent publications and details of past and present projects.   I came to Lancaster in 1995 as deputy director of the Centre for the Study of Environmental Change and was director of the Centre for Science Studies for a couple of years before joining the Sociology Depart... Read more»
  • Jen Southern

    Jen Southern

    My research is a combination of arts practice, mobilities research and speculative software design. I work within the field of mobilties research, with a particular interest in the collaborative use of GPS, both in creative practice, the design of the app 'Comob Net', and in rescue situations. As cr... Read more»
  • Professor Martin Spring

    Professor Martin Spring

    Business-to-Business Services - Operations and Supply AspectsBusiness Models and Operations StrategyOperations management and entrepreneurshipPower in Supply networksResearch Methods in Operations and Supply Management   ... Read more»
  • Dr David Tyfield

    Dr David Tyfield

    Current Teaching In 2014/15 I will unlikely be teaching, while based in Guangzhou. In 2013/14 I taught the following courses: In Lent term: - SOCL332 'The Chinese Century?' In Summer term: - SOCL930 'Policy, Publics and Expertise' for the Masters programme in Environment, Culture & Society and i... Read more»
  • Professor Imogen Tyler

    Professor Imogen Tyler

    In 2014 I was awarded a prestigious Philip Leverhulme Prize to undertake a new project on stigma and inequality provisionally entitled Rethinking the Sociology of Stigma. Pleae note that I will be on research leave and away from the University for two years from 15/8/2015- 1/9/2017. Some of this tim... Read more»
  • Professor John Urry

    Professor John Urry

    John URRY has worked at Lancaster since completing degrees in Cambridge. He is a former Head of the Sociology Department, Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences, and University Dean of Research. From 2003 to 2015 he was Director of the Centre for Mobilities Research and helped to develop the ?new mo... Read more»
  • Dr Dennis Zuev

 

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