Dr Gerald (Gerry) Taylor-Aiken
Gerry completed his PhD at the University of Durham before moving to the University of Luxembourg. He was a Carson Fellow in Munich in 2019 and following his work at the University of Luxembourg was recruited to the Luxembourg Institute of Socioeconomic Research (LISER).
His research focuses on community and environmental transition.
Dr Dominic Hinde
Dominic completed his PhD at the University of Edinburgh with the support of Uppsala University, Sweden. He was then a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (IASH) in Edinburgh and a 2019 Carson Fellow in Munich. He currently works as Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Glasgow. He also has several years of experience working as an international newspaper journalist, opinion and features writer.
His research is centred around journalistic responses to climate change and the future of the media itself at a time of institutional collapse.
The RCC Glasgow project is also supported by our two research support staff, Molly Shrimpton and Eden Hubara.
Molly is a PhD student at the University of Edinburgh and works on women’s writing about nature in the context of the Anthropocene
Eden is a recent graduate of the University of Glasgow’s MSc in Sociology and has for many years been engaged in trans-European climate action organisation.