Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Tasmania

Douglas Ezzy's research is driven by a fascination with how people make meaningful and dignified lives. His most recent book is an international study of Teenage Witches (Rutgers University Press) with Helen Berger. His publications include Qualitative Analysis, Narrating Unemployment, and Practising the Witch's Craft along with numerous articles on contemporary religious experience, the sociology of work, unemployment and public health.

Experience

  • –present
    Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Tasmania

Education

  • 1997 
    La Trobe University, PhD

Research Areas

  • Sociology (1608)
  • Religion And Society (220405)