Mr Nathan Stephens Griffin, BA (Dunelm- Politics), MA (Dunelm - Social Research Methods: Sociology)
- Critical Animal Studies
- Queer Theory
- Critical Pedagogy
- Comics in Social Research
- Biography and Narrative
Nathan was born in 1985 and grew up in Pity Me, Durham. He is currently an ESRC funded doctoral researcher at Durham University, focussing on the biographies and lived experiences of vegans and radical animal rights activists in the UK and USA.
Nathan is vegan. His 'non-academic' interests include DIY punk, Irn Bru and Victoria sponge cake.
Field of Study
Queering Veganism: Adventures in Biography and Reflexivity
Journal papers: academic
- Stephens Griffin, Nathan (2012). A Queer Approach to Speciesism [Comic]. Journal for Critical Animal Studies 10(3): 119-127.
- Stephens Griffin, Nathan (2012). Queering Veganism: Adventures in Reflexivity [Poster]. Journal for Critical Animal Studies 10(1): 141.
- Taylor, Nik & Twine, Richard (2014). Doing Critical Animal Studies Differently: Reflexivity and Intersectionality in Practice. In The Rise of Critical Animal Studies: From the Margins to the Centre. Routledge.
- Pink, Sarah (2013). Book review: Sarah Pink (ed.), Advances in Visual Methodology. Qualitative Research 13(4): 471-472.
- Culture and Society- Guest Lecturer
- Self, Identity and Society- Seminar Leader
- Sociology of Gender and Sexuality- Seminar Leader
- Sociology of Globalization- Seminar Leader