Graham Crow, Peter Hatton, Dawn Lyon and Tim Strangleman
Graham Crow is Professor of Sociology at the University of Southampton and Deputy Director of the ESRC National Centre for Research Methods. His interests include the sociology of community, sociological theory, comparative sociology and research methods. His most recent book is The Art of Sociological Argument (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2005).
Dept of Sociology & Social Policy
University of Southampton
Southampton, United Kingdom
Peter Hatton is Lecturer in Event and Experience Design at the University of Kent. He is an artist and founder member of Tea, a collaborative group of artists. He has made and exhibited work with Tea in the UK, Finland, Russia, and the US.
Dawn Lyon is Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Kent. She has published in the field of gender, work and migration, and is currently undertaking research in the sociology of work using visual methods. She is editor (with Luisa Passerini, Enrica Capussotti and Ioanna Laliotou) of Women Migrants from East to West (Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2007).
University of Kent
Tim Strangleman is Reader in Sociology at the University of Kent. His research interests span the sociology of work and its historiography, work identity and meaning; deindustrialisation; visual approaches and methods; corporate photography; working class studies; the sociology of nostalgia and Mass-Observation. He is author of Work and Society (with Tracey Warren, Routledge, 2008), and Work Identity at the End of the Line? (Palgrave, 2004).