Professor Steve Brown

Professor of Social and Organisational PsychologySteve Brown

Contact Details

  • Tel: +44 (0) 116 223 1884
  • Email: s.d.brown@le.ac.uk
  • Office: Room 513, Level 5, Ken Edwards Building
  • Office Hours: By appointment. 

Biography

Steve has published over eighty journal articles, book chapters and reports on the social psychological aspects of memory, emotion and organization. He is author of two books Psychology without Foundations: History, philosophy and psychosocial theory (with Paul Stenner) and The social psychology of experience: Studies in remembering and forgetting (with David Middleton).

Steve has been awarded research grants from the Leverhulme Trust (to study the memorialisation of British identity); Arts and Humanities Research Council (to study commemorations of the 2005 London Bombings); the Economic and Social Research Council (for projects on: fear of crime in urban communities; learning in and for interagency working; the electronic mediation of meetings); the Mental Health Foundation (to study experiences of elderly mental health service users) and the European Union (to study topological approach to cultural dynamics).

Research Interests

Social remembering; collective affect; vulnerable groups experiences of organisation; process philosophy (esp. Deleuze, Bergson, James); contemporary philosophy of organization; science and technology studies.

PhD Supervision

Steve would be interested in supervising PhD study in the following areas:

  • Critical management studies
  • Critical social psychology
  • Science & technology studies

Teaching 

Quantitative Methods (PhD Training Programme)
Preparation for Dissertation (MBA)
Dissertation Supervision (MBA)
Foundations of Knowledged (MBA

Administrative Responsibilities

Group Leader - Technology

 

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