Communities, Identities and Mobilities Research Cluster
The Communities, Identities, and Mobilities cluster brings together academics and postgraduate research students from a range of disciplines, including Sociology, Media, and Education. Members of the cluster have a shared interest in processes of globalisation and the challenges these pose at the level of community, individual identity, and the institution. On this basis, members of the unit are concerned with developing theoretical, methodological, and policy-relevant approaches to questions connected to social, cultural, political and economic change and transformation. Academics in the cluster are interested in issues around migration, exile, and belonging; the anthropocene and sustainability; political economy and experiences of indebtedness; the politics of higher education; utopianism and social imaginaries; and conspiracy theory and sense-making in a rapidly changing world.
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