Past fellows now

Diana Yeh

2011

Diana Yeh is Lecturer in Sociology, Culture and the Creative Industries in the Department of Sociology at City, University London. More...

Caroline Gatt

2010-2011

Caroline Gatt is Research Fellow at the School of Social Science, University of Aberdeen. Her research interests include: experimental theatre, intentionality, cultural refractions of reflexivity and subjectivity, collaborative anthropology, environmental anthropology, design, NGOs, supra-personal actors and vectors. More...

Michaela Benson

2008-2009

I held the Sociological Review Fellowship 2008-9. I had finished my PhD the previous year, and had spent the intervening period as a teaching fellow at the University of Bristol. The fellowship gave me the time and space to work on my publications, both journal articles and my monograph, and the opportunity to think about where I wanted to go next with my research and my career. More...

Alexander Smith

2007-2008

Alexander Smith held the Sociological Review Fellowship in 2007-2008. Afterwards, he was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities at Edinburgh University before taking up a Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship in Sociology at Birmingham University (2008-2010). He was then a Senior Lecturer in Sociology at Huddersfield University before coming to Warwick University, where he was a Senior Leverhulme Research Fellow in Sociology since 2012. He is now an Assistant Professor at Warwick as well as an Adjunct Assistant Professor in Sociology at Kansas University. More...

Emily Walmsley

2005-2006

Following my year as Sociological Review Fellow, I taught social anthropology at the University of Bristol and School for Artisan Food for several years before moving away from academia and into publishing. More...

Christian Klesse

2004-2005

Christian Klesse is Reader in Sociology and Cultural Studies. His main research interests lie in gender and sexual politics, social movement politics, transantional activism, sexual citizenship and non/monogamy. Christian joined the Sociology Department of the Manchester Metropolitan University in August 2006. Prior to that, he held the Sociological Review Research Fellowship 2004/2005 at Keele University. More...

Andrew Smith

2003-2004

Andrew Smith is a Reader in Sociology at the University of Glasgow. His main area of interest is the study of literature, sport and creative cultures more generally, in the colonial and postcolonial contexts. His doctoral research involved empirical work with the Nigerian expatriate community in the West of Scotland, and an investigation of the experiences of authors and artists working in Nigeria. Andrew has been involved with the discussion of the concepts of cultural hybridity, diaspora and migration in recent social and cultural theory. More...

David Hirsh

2002-2003

David Hirsh is Senior Lecturer in Sociology at Goldsmiths, University of London. He was the holder of the Sociological Review Fellowship, which enabled him to write Law against Genocide: cosmopolitan trials. This book was awarded the British Sociological Association Philip Abrams Prize for the best first book in sociology in 2004. By focusing on two trials from the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, the trial of Andrei Sawoniuk for crimes committed during the Holocaust, and the David Irving libel case, the book comes to some tentative conclusions about the possibility of the emergence of cosmopolitan law. More...

Jonathan Skinner

1998-1999

Jonathan Skinner is a Reader at the University of Roehampton and Senior Fellow member of the Higher Education Academy with a particular teaching interest in interviewing skills and qualitative research methods. He has undertaken fieldwork in the Eastern Caribbean on the island of Montserrat (tourism and trauma, colonial relations and disaster recovery) and in the US/UK (social dancing, arts health, contested heritage). More...