Dr Andrew Thompson
BA (Hons), PhD
I am Head of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences. I studied sociology as both an undergraduate and postgraduate student, and was awarded my PhD from Bangor University. I have written widely on a range of issues in the broad field of political sociology, but most especially on nationalism. I am currently writing on what is often referred to as ‘temporary migration’, following a project which studied the experiences of individuals who had moved, over the last decade, from Poland to work in Wales.
Head of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.
A.Thompson (with J.Lever & J.Porter) (2017) Labour, Mobility and Migration. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
A.Thompson (with P.Chaney & E.Royles) (eds) (2011) Contemporary Wales. Volume 21. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
A.Thompson (with G.Day & D.Dunkerley) (eds) (2006) Civil Society in Wales: People, Politics & Policy. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, p. 353.
A.Thompson (with G.Day) (2004) Theorizing Nationalism. London: Palgrave Macmillan, p. 240.
A.Thompson (with D.Dunkerley, L.Hodgson, S.Konopacki & T.Spybey) (2002) Changing Europe: Citizens, Nations and Cultures. London: Routledge, p. 189.
A.Thompson (with D.Dunkerley, L.Hodgson, S.Konopacki & T.Spybey) (2001) National and Ethnic Identity in the European Context. Lodz: University of Lodz Press.
A.Thompson (with D.Dunkerley) (eds) (1999) Wales Today. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
A.Thompson (with R.Fevre) (eds) (1999) Nation, Identity and Social Theory. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
Mainly in the fields of nationalism, ethnicity and civil society.
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