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Current and previous PhD students

 

Bronislaw Szerszynski

Katerina Psarikidou (2012) - Co-supervised by Larry Busch
Re-imagining sustainable agro-food futures: alternative (bio)economies in a knowledge society era

John Leah (2011) - Co-supervised by Christine Milligan
The wellbeing benefits of contact with nature and green spaces

Huei Chung Hsiao (2011) - Supervised by Claire Waterton
Becoming indigenous: the making of the politics of nature and indigeneity in two Atayal villages of Taiwan

Tom Roberts (2010) - Co-supervised by Brian Wynne
Tales of power: public and policy narratives on the climate and energy crisis

Nina Moeller (2010) - Co-supervised by Paul Oldham
The protection of traditional knowledge in the Ecuadorian Amazon: a critical ethnography of capital expansion

Alejandro Torres Abreu (2009) - Co-supervised by Will Medd
The political ecology of demand: managing water stress in Puerto Rico

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Brian Wynne

Heather Walmsley (2010)
“Witnessing Genomics…”

Tom Roberts (2010)- Co-supervised by Bron Szerszynski
Tales of power: public and policy narratives on the climate and energy crisis

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Claire Waterton

Enieke-Akpo Anesah (Current) - Co-supervised by Saskia Vermeylen
PhD on Destruction of the Ecological Self - Ethnographic Explanation in the Niger Delta.

Niklas Hartmann (Current) - Co-supervised by Rebecca Ellis
PhD on Ecosystem Services? studying how a concept transforms ecological theory, research practice and human-environment relations. 

Joel Hacking (Current) - Co-supervised by Mark Toogood, UCLAN
PhD on The Future of Natural History Societies in England

Derla Sanchez-Vargas (Current) - Co-supervised by Brian Bloomfield
PhD on Columbian Coffee and Certification for Sustainability

Gemma Maltese (2013) - Co-supervised by Giap Parini, University of Calabria, and Brian Wynne) Science and power in the crisis of the European Knowledge Society. Comparing Italy and Great Britain for the case of the GMO controversy.

Huei Chung Hsiao (2011) - Co-supervised by Bron Szerszynski
Becoming indigenous: the making of the politics of nature and indigeneity in two Atayal villages of Taiwan

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David Tyfield

Li Jianmin (Current) - Co-supervised by Prof Michael Kraetke
Corporate governance in China

Stephen Jackson (Current)  - Co-supervised by Prof Tim Dant
Rhetorics and scandal regarding climate change

Chen Liu (Current) - Co-supervised by Prof Andrew Sayer
Return migration and guanxi in China

Jihoon Park (Current) - Co-supervised by Prof Bob Jessop
Production, Money and Capital: A Genealogical and Philosophical Analysis on Capital in Modern Theories of Economics, Political Economy and Economic Sociology

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