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Dr Nicola Spurling

Senior Lecturer, Director

Nicola Spurling

Bowland North

LA1 4YN

Lancaster

Tel: +44 1524 510296

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Research overview

I am an anthropologist/ sociologist. My work engages with a range of issues, stakeholders and communities related to the climate emergency and socio-cultural change. As Director of the Centre for Mobilities Research I am leading a five year focus on climate emergency mobilities. This includes developing a project related to lifecourse and climate change.

PhD supervision

I am especially interested in supervising projects at the intersection of lifecourse, (inter)generational or biographical research, mobilities and climate change. Theoretical interests: lifecourse, generational and family mobilities, material culture studies, theories of social practice, sociology of the future. Methodological interests: creative biographical, ethnographic, intergenerational methodologies; oral histories; mobile methods; design ethnography and making.

Current Teaching

MA Lead Environment, Culture and Society

SOCL521 Theories and Debates in Environment and Culture (MA module)

SOCL221 Climate Change and Society (With Claire Waterton) (UG module)

SOCL360 Independent Dissertation Module (UG module)

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