Matthew Ogilvie

Matthew Ogilvie

BA (Hons) Applied Social Science (First Class) (Departmental Prize for Outstanding Achievement) Postgraduate Certificate in Education Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching MSc Environmental Social Science (Merit) MA Methods of Social Research (Distinction) PhD Political Sociology

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About this Speaker

I work in the field of political sociology within the sociology programme at Canterbury Christ Church University. I have broad multidisciplinary interests, mainly covering sociology, politics and social psychology, which are united by my interest in social movement theory, socio-political protest and citizenship. My current research interests include the empirical analysis of local conflict over the siting of energy infrastructure, and NIMBY theory. I completed my undergraduate and graduate studies between 2001 and 2012.

I am currently Deputy Programme Director for Sociology. I also convene four modules within the sociology programme: Theorising Citizenship; Citizenship and Protest; Globalisation and the Environment; and the Individual Studies suite. I am also involved in post-graduate teaching, including supervising a number of PhDs.