Professor Susan Smith
Unequal geographies. The dynamics and integration of housing, mortgage and financial markets; the uneven geographies of credit and investment risks in housing; the uneasy encounter between market mechanisms and an ethic of care
Professor Dawn Chatty
Middle Eastern ethnography particularly prolonged forced migration, and forced settlement of mobile indigenous peoples as well as biodiversity conservation, sustainable development, and the politics of pastoral livelihoods
Professor Stephen Graham
The changing nature of cities and urbanism; sociologies of technology, mobility and infrastructure; the digitisation of urban life; the politics of urban security and militarisation; the vertical dimension of cities
Professor David Mosse
Historical anthropology of religion, social-political systems and livelihoods, especially with reference to Indian caste inequality and activism, religious pluralism (Hindu and Christian) and common property resources; the anthropology of knowledge, institutions and international development.