BA History and Geography (University of Southampton)
MSc in Integrated Environmental Studies (University of Southampton)
PhD in Environmental Sociology (University of Kent at Canterbury)
Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
I am environmental social scientist primarily interested in the ways people use political behaviour to encourage pro-environmental change. My work spans political science, sociology, cultural studies and human geography, with a particular focus on visible and quiet forms of activism ranging from visible protests to making and mending clothes. Recently I published a landmark book on how different forms of organising for change intersect, with Silke Roth (Organising for Change, Bristol University Press, 2024).
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