Amy Chandler, School of Health in Social Science, University of Edinburgh
Amy co-leads the project, with Ana. She is a sociologist who works mainly on suicide and self-harm, using qualitative and arts-based methods.
Ana Jordan, Social and Political Sciences, University of Lincoln
Ana co-leads the project, with Amy. She works on gender politics, and her research focuses on the politics of masculinity across a variety of arenas, including men’s movements, fatherhood, and suicide.
Hazel Marzetti, Health in Social Science, University of Edinburgh
Alex Oaten, Social and Political Sciences, University of Lincoln
The Suicide in-as Politics project is supported by an advisory of scholars who bring a range of expertise in politics, sociology and suicide. The advisory group meets virtually once per year to provide feedback and advice.
Mark Button, Professor of Political Science, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Erminia Colucci, Associate Professor in Visual and Cultural Psychology, Middlesex University
Katrina Jaworski, Senior Lecturer in Cultural Studies, University of South Australia
Ian Marsh, Reader in the School of Allied Health, Canterbury Christ Church University
China Mills, Senior Lecturer in Public Health, City University of London