Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Warwick

Hannah Jones researches, teaches, and writes about issues of belonging and migration, racism and xenophobia, inequality and social justice, and the workings of policy and government in relation to all of the above. She is particularly interested in the ways that people negotiate their way through uncomfortable contradictions of power and inequality.

Hannah is the author of "Negotiating Cohesion, Inequality and Change: Uncomfortable Positions in Local Government" (2013, Policy Press) which won the British Sociological Association Philip Abrams Memorial Prize in 2014. She edited "Stories of Cosmopolitan Belonging: Emotion and Location" (2014, Routledge) with Emma Jackson, and co-authored "Go Home? The politics of immigration controversies" (2017, Manchester University Press) with seven others. Hannah is an Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Warwick. Hannah also blogs for the Huffington Post and at http://www.mappingimmigrationcontroversy.com. On Twitter she is @uncomfy.

Experience

  • 2013–present
    Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Warwick