Francesca Halstead is a Senior Journals Publishing Manager for Social Sciences and Humanities at John Wiley & Sons, specifically Sociology and Social Work and Welfare. To submit an article to Sociology Lens or join our Editorial Team, please contact Francesca at email@example.com with a copy of your CV and details about your area of research.
Tara Mantovani Stamm is a Graduate Program Director in the Sociology Department at Virginia Commonwealth University. Broadly, her research and teaching spotlights the experiences and depictions of young mothers, the importance of emerging mixed-methodological techniques, and intersections between gender, education, and media in popular culture. She is currently working on a project which uses an original content analysis of historical news broadcasts to examine depictions of social movement activists from 1970 to present and another which exposes the Neoliberal discourse of millennial generation feminists.
Ellie Byrne is a researcher at Cardiff School of Social Sciences. She does community-based research on culture, well-being and inequalities, and is the Sociology Lens sub-editor for articles on the sociology of health and illness. Ellie is particularly interested in arts-based methods and approaches to research and engagement.
Paul Robert Gilbert is a Lecturer in the School of Environment & Technology at the University of Brighton, where he teaches courses on colonialism and environmentalism; growth, de-growth and sustainability; and elite mobilities & territories. He has a background in anthropology, but his research interests lie at the intersection of science & technology studies, political ecology and political economy. Paul’s doctoral research focused on ‘corporate diplomacy’ and extractive industry capitalism, and he is currently carrying out BA/Leverhulme-funded research into the political risk industry.
Gerald Koessl is researcher at the National Housing Federation, the umbrella body for social housing providers in England. He has completed his PhD at the Sociology Department at Goldsmiths, University of London, where he has also worked at the Department for Urban and Community Research. In his PhD he has researched the temporal dimension of work-related precariousness. His current focus lies on questions around intergenerational and intragenerational housing inequalities, in particular in relation to housing wealth and the implications of an ageing population in this context. He is also particularly interested in the use of visualisations and visual statistics in sociological research.
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