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Dr Marie Moran

Dr

Marie Moran

Lecturer/Assistant Professor
School of Social Policy, Social Work and Social Justice
01 716 8572
University College Dublin, School of Social Policy Social Work and Social Justice, Sheehy-Skeffington Building Belfield Dublin 4

BIO

Marie is a lecturer in Equality Studies at the UCD School of Social Policy, Social Work and Social Justice, UCD. She has has taught on the postgraduate Equality Studies programme since 2007, and on the undergraduate Social Justice degree programmes since 2010, teaching modules on critical social theory, global justice, social movements and egalitarian theory. She was director of the M.Sc. programme in Equality Studies for several years, and is now head of subject for Equality Studies at UCD. Marie has an interdisciplinary background, with a degree in English Literature and Psychology from Trinity College Dublin, and an MSc and PhD in Equality Studies, combining sociology, political theory, cultural studies and political economy. She has published in a number of peer-reviewed journals, including The Sociological Review, The British Journal of Sociology of Education and Historical Materialism. Her first book, Identity and Capitalism, was published by Sage (London and Thousand Oaks) in 2015. She is currently involved in a number of projects for publication, including research on identity politics, the contemporary university, and elite formations. She is also writing a book called 'Inequality in the 21st century' (under contract with Polity, publication date 2020). She is a partner in a pan-European project, 'The frontier of sustainability transitions: Cultural adaptations of sustainability policies in European peripheral regions'. An interest in equality, and in dominant and residual cultural and political responses to inequalities, animates and connects all her work. Marie is interested in supervising doctoral students who would like to specialise in critical social theory, ideology and discourse in capitalist societies, elite studies, social justice movements or equality studies.

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

  • Assistant Professor
    University College Dublin, School of Social Policy, Social Work and Social Justice, Dublin, Ireland1 Sep 2013
  • Post-Doctoral Teaching Fellow
    University College Dublin School of Social Justice1 Sep 2010 - 31 Aug 2013
  • College Lecturer
    University College Dublin, School of Social Justice, Ireland1 Sep 2007 - 31 Aug 2009

DEGREES

  • BA (Mod)
    University College Dublin
  • MSc
    University College Dublin
  • PhD
    University College Dublin