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, I am also the Faculty lead on postgraduate (taught and research) affairs.
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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