Professor of Social Theory & Institutions
Bangor University

Howard Davis is Professor of Social Theory and Institutions at Bangor University. He was Co-Director of WISERD from 2008-2018 and Head of the School of Social Sciences at Bangor from 1999-2007. He worked previously at the universities of Kent, Glasgow and Edinburgh. His main areas of research are social theories of culture and creativity; cultural formations and transitions in post-Soviet societies; social identities at local, national and international levels; research methods for the sociological analysis of culture, language and identities. His current focus is on themes arising from the project on local civic participation, part of the WISERD Civil Society Research Centre. Previously, Howard was the leader of the Bangor team for the EU-funded EuroIdentities project coordinated by Professor Robert Miller from Queen’s University, Belfast.


Social Participation and Identity - NCDS Project
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Research Team:
Amanda Coffey (Cardiff University), Huw Beynon (Cardiff University), Kate Moles (Cardiff University), Ian Stafford (Cardiff University), Alexandra Plows (Bangor University), Gareth Rees (Cardiff University), Gareth Williams, Howard Davis (Bangor University), Ian Rees Jones (Cardiff University), Jesse Heley (Aberystwyth University), Laura Jones (Aberystwyth University), Rhys Jones (Aberystwyth University), Martin Jones (Staffordshire University)
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Books and Book Chapters
Touraine, Alain (1925-)
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Ionawr 2015
Conference
Changing Wales: WISERD at 10
17 Hydref 2018 |
Cardiff
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