I joined Brunel University in 2004 after having worked as a Research Fellow in the Human Geography department at the Open University. I completed my MSc at the Cultural Studies Department, Birmingham and my PhD in 2001 at the Sociology Department, Lancaster University.
- PhD Cultural Sociology (Lancaster University)
- MSocSc Cultural Studies (Birmingham University)
- BA Culture and Communication (Lancaster University)
Newest selected publications
Degen, M., Rose, G. and Basdas, B. (Forthcoming) 'Bodies and everyday practices in designed urban environments'. Science Studies, 23 (2).
Degen, MM., Lewis, C., Swenson, A. and Ward, I. (Accepted) 'The Changing Feel of Smithfield: exploring sensory identities and temporal flows'. Place of publication: Brunel University London.
Degen, MM. (Accepted) 'Timescapes of urban change: The temporalities of regenerated streets'. Sociological Review. ISSN: 0038-0261
Buckingham, S., Degen, M. and Marandet, E. (2018) '‘Lived bodies’ and the neoliberal city – a case study of vulnerability in London'. Gender, Place & Culture, 25 (3). pp. 334 - 350. ISSN: 0966-369X
Degen, MM., Melhuish, C. and Rose, G. (2016) '“The real modernity that is here”: understanding the role of digital visualisations in the production of a new urban imaginary at Msheireb Downtown, Doha'. City and Society. ISSN: 1548-744X Open Access Link