Dan Degerman is Leverhulme Early Career fellow in Philosophy at the University of Bristol. His work explores issues at the intersection of politics, emotions, and psychiatry. Throughout 2020, he has published extensively on the role of emotions in the coronavirus pandemic, including in journals such as Theory & Event, the Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy, and Global Discourse.
Postdoctoral fellow, University of Bristol
Lancaster University, PhD in philosophy
University of York, MA in Political and Legal Theory
Grants and Contracts
Mortifying consciousness: Mental disorder, self-stigma and powerlessness (ECF-2020-583)