assistant professor in Sociology, Durham University; author, Getting By: estates class and culture in austerity Britain and Class Cleansing: grieving for London
Lisa Mckenzie is a sociologist at Durham University, she is a working-class academic and her work focuses upon on issues of social and class inequality. Her work builds upon the narratives of working class communities collected through political ethnographic research. Lisa brings an unusual and innovative approach to research as an activist and by means of her extensive experience of bringing the academic world and local community together. Her most recent book is Getting By: estates class and culture in austerity Britain (2015). Her new book, Class Cleansing: grieving for London will be published in 2019 by Policy Press.
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Sunday 3 November, 14:00 Pit Theatre
Brexit: a revolution by or against the establishment?