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Goldsmiths College, University of London (Goldsmiths)
Sociology

 Contact details
Contact personProfessor Kate Nash
Professor of Sociology 
StreetNew Cross 
Address SE14 6NW - London (United Kingdom) 
Phone02079197171 
EmailShow Email
Webwww.gold.ac.uk
 Organisation details
Employees (in Depart.)26-50 
Organisation TypeSecondary or higher education establishment 
 Research Focus

 Fields of activities:
» Gender and sexuality studies
» Political science
» Sociology

 Brief description of your activity focus
Sociology of human rights, political sociology, cultural politics, social movements, media and human rights

 Details about Expertise / Competences / Technologies
I currently have interests in qualitative research on transnational social solidarity through human rights; how understandings of rights are constructed in interaction; how mediated framings of human rights for their (national, transnational) institutionalisation. I see each of these areas as potentially offering scope for collaboration around the framework objectives.

Recent and in progress publications include:
The Sociology of Human Rights Cambridge University Press - in progress
Transnatioanalizing the Public Sphere? (editor) Polity - in progress
The Cultural Politics of Human Rights: Comparing the US and UK Cambridge University Press 2009
Between citizenship and human rights Sociology 43/6 2009
Global citizenship as showbusiness: the cultural politics of Make Poverty History Media, Culture and Society 30/1 2008
The Pinochet case: cosmopolitanism and intermestic human rights The British Journal of Sociology 58/2 2007

For more information see: www.gold.ac.uk › ... › Sociology › Staff
 Research Activities

 EU Framework Programme related activities:
» Socio-economic development trajectories
» Regional, territorial and social cohesion
» Demographic changes
» Societal trends and lifestyles
» Cultural interactions in an international perspective
» Conflicts, peace and human rights
» Participation and citizenship in Europe
» Diversities and commonalities in Europe

 International and national projects beyond EU Framework Programme
Partnership and engagement with a wide range of research partners and users is a vital part of our research activity. This collaboration connects us to a range of stakeholders, research partners and user communities in our locality, nationally and internationally.

Practice-informed research and creative
We have expertise in the development of models of practice-led research in social science, exploring the intersections between traditional academic modes of knowledge production and the practices of designers, engineers, architects and artists, legal and NGO practitioners, whether in universities, industry, or the field.

http://www.gold.ac.uk/sociology/research/

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