Dr Conrad Russell
Conrad Russell is a Senior Lecturer in Social Psychology, who teaches on the BA Social degree and on MA Interdisciplinary Psychology. He is also Course Leader for the MA programme.
Conrad's background is in Sociology and Social Theory. Now teaching in Social Psychology, he has expanded his previous interests in memory and time, to encompass constructionist approaches to memory in Psychology and debates around the nature of consciousness. Conrad also teaches on research methods and methodology at Undergraduate and Postgraduate level, and has research interests in Science studies, especially around the nature of scientific facts and psychology's status as a science. He also has interests around Psychology and culture and the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality.
- Mind, Self and Culture (BA Social Psychology Year 1)
- Parapsychology (BA Social Psychology Year 2)
- Researching Psychology (BA Social Psychology Year 2)
- Radical Psychology (BA Social Psychology Year 3)
- Central Problems in Psychology (MA Interdisciplinary Psychology)
- Critical Methodologies (MA Interdisciplinary Psychology)
- Dissertation Co-ordinator - BA Social Psychology
- Project Co-ordinator - MA Interdisciplinary Psychology
Conrad is currently undertaking research around place and memory, and the impact of shifting borders on collective remembering. This is interdisciplinary work spanning Psychology, Memory Studies, Philosophy and Cultural Geography.