Brett St Louis rejoined the department in 2005 having previously been at Goldsmiths in 1999-2000. In the intervening years, Brett was Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Bristol and Assistant Professor in Ethnic Studies at the University of California, San Diego.
Brett has extensive experience of coordinating undergraduate admissions and is committed to widening participation and supporting the entrance of ‘non-traditional’ students with academic potential into higher education. Brett is currently Director of Undergraduate Programmes within the department and teach on all three years of undergraduate study and contributes to the first year courses ‘Critical Readings: The Emergence of the Sociological Imagination’ and ‘Modern Knowledge/Modern Power’, co-convene the second year core course unit ‘Philosophy and Methodology of the Social Sciences’, and convene the third year option ‘“Race”, Racism and Social Theory’. Brett also teaches on the MA in Race, Media and Social Justice and an MA optional module ‘Race, Politics and Ethics’.
Areas of supervision
Brett St Louis welcomes applications from prospective MPhil/PhD students in any of his teaching and research areas.