Staff who teach on and contribute to the programme include:
Les is Professor of Sociology and has been the director of the ESRC-funded Live Sociology Programme, which trains social researchers in the use of new media in ethnographic social research. His most recent book is The Art of Listening (Oxford: Berg, 2007).
Rebecca is Senior Lecturer in Sociology at Goldsmiths. Her research and teaching focuses on visual and sensory sociology, the body and inventive research methodologies.
Recent publications include Transforming Images: Screens, Affect, Futures (2012) and, co-edited with Jessica Ringrose, Deleuze and Research Methodologies (2013). She has organised an exhibition on 'Surfaces in the Making' featuring international artists, and is currently working with artists, designers, curators and academics to develop methodologies for studying time (especially presents and futures).
Michael is Senior Research Fellow in Sociology and directs an ERC-starting grant project “Organising Disaster”. He is also working on a multi-media project, which deals with forecasting disasters. He has been a co-curator of “die wahr/falsch inc.” a sociological exhibition on the relationship of science and society in Vienna.
Britt is an independent visual artist and researcher working with film, video, sound and performance. After receiving her BA in Fine Art Media at Chelsea College of Art she completed an MA at the Centre for Urban and Community Research (CUCR) and worked on various projects within the research group INCITE, Department of Sociology.
Kat joined Goldsmiths in June 2013 to lead an ESRC Knowledge Exchange project and teach on a series of undergraduate courses. She completed a PhD in Sociology at Goldsmiths and a Postdoc in the Sustainable Mobilities Research Group at the University of East London.
Nirmal is Senior Lecturer in Sociology at Goldsmiths. She works on postcolonialism; institutions, race and gender & critical methodologies and is interested in sound cultures. Most recently she has been directing Noise of the past, a collaborative public intervention in war and memory, launched in Coventry Cathedral during Remembrance Day.
Nina is Reader in Sociology at Goldsmiths and Convener of the MA in Visual Sociology. She founded and runs the research group INCITE bringing together social research and design, with particular relevance to high technology development.