I received an award from the Council for British Research in the Levant for a pilot study on religion and biotechnology in Lebanon. And successfully applied for ESRC CASE award for collaboration with Marketa Dolezalova and Leeds Advocacy Support for research in Leeds with Roma on well-being and security.
The final report on the findings of the Nuffield Council working party on donor conception and disclosure can be found here: http://www.nuffieldbioethics.org/sites/default/files/Donor_conception_report_2013.pdf
I welcome PhD applicants interested in kinship, assisted reproductive technologies and the anthropology of medicine, science and technology, as well as applicants with an interest in the anthropology of Britain or the Middle East.
Current PhD students (supervisees):
Tom Boyd (ESRC 3+1) 'How do rapid shifts in land, weather and climate shape emotional subjectivities and notions of ‘the good life’ in Northeast India?'
Stephanie Meysner (ESRC CASE award) 'Diagnosing the ‘Cancer-Patient-In-Liverpool’: A Cultural Excavation of the Classificatory Moment'
Letizia Bonnano (ESRC + 2) 'Crisis and ethics: the Greek neoliberal politics of health in the aftermath of 2008 crisis'
Alice Stefanelli (SoSS studentship) 'The state and the politics of freedom of expression in Lebanon'
Vlad Schuler Costa, 'Science after humans: an ethnography of a ‘science automation lab’'
Jasmine Folz, 'Free and open source software in India; reconfiguration technology, autonomy and the state'
Marketa Dolezalova (ESRC CASE award) 'Czech and Slovak Roma migrants in Leeds: a study of the relationship between 'well-being' and kinship, identity and belonging’
Jenna Murray de Lopez, ‘Political Economy of Childbirth in Mexico’
Phd (supervsiees) completed
Theodoros Kyriakides, ‘Phronesis of State and Population: The Success of the Cypriot B-Thalassaemia Prevention Scheme’ (2016)
Hester Clarke, ‘Exploration of Islamic identity amongst second and third generation Muslim women of Kashmiri heritage, residing in Sheffield (UK)’ (2016)
Adam Brisley, ‘Enacting Personhood: Multiple Practices in a UK Cancer Unit’ (2015)
Patricia Scalco, ‘Reconciling boundaries: deconstructing virginity in contemporary urban Turkey’ (2015)
Camilla Lewis, ‘Class, ethnicity and ‘British-ness’: the effects of urban regeneration in East Manchester’ (2014)
George Poulton ‘Changing location and belonging amongst white-working class male football fans’ (2013)
Rachel Wilde, ‘Creating ‘proper’ persons: Gap Year Organisations and Development’ (2013)
Lorena Valencia, ‘Social class and motherhood in England’ (2012)
Michael Upton, ‘Patent fever: Intellectual property and access to HIV treatment’ (2011)
Tanya Rahman, ‘True Blues, Blacks and In-Betweens: Changing Categories of Ethnicity in the Wake of Maine Road and the approaching Gentrification of Moss Side’ (2009)
Rebecca Fletcher, (ESRC, CASE award) ‘Teenagers and the pill: a study of how the contraceptive pill is perceived and used by young people in Trafford’ (2007)