Sue Scott (sociologist)
Sue Scott is a British sociologist and feminist whose research has focused primarily on sexuality, gender and risk. She is an Honorary Professor of Sociology and Women's Studies at the University of York, an Honorary Professorial Fellow in Sociology at the University of Edinburgh and a Visiting Professor at the University of Helsinki.
From 2009-2012 she was Pro Vice-Chancellor at Glasgow Caledonian University. She served as President of the British Sociological Association from 2007 to 2009. She has previously served as Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Keele University And Post-Graduate Dean at Durham University. She has been a member of the ESRC Research Grants Board and was co-chair of the steering group for the ESRC’s International Benchmarking of Sociology.
She is Managing Editor since 2013 (with Professor John Holmwood and Professor Ghurminder Bhambra) of Discover Society an online magazine for sociological and social policy research, an endeavour inspired by New Society, which published social research and social and cultural commentary from 1962 to 1988.
- Scott, S., Williams, G., Platt, S. and Thomas, H. (eds) (1992) Private Risks and Public Dangers. Aldershot, Avebury.
- Scott, S. and Morgan, DHJ. (1993) Body Matters: Essays on the Sociology of the Body. Basingstoke, Falmer.
- Jackson, S and Scott, S (1996) Women and Sexuality: A Reader. Edinburgh University Press and Columbia University Press.
- Jackson, S and Scott, S (eds) (1996) Feminism and Sexuality (Gender and Culture) ISBN 9780231107082
- Jackson, S and Scott, S (eds) Gender, Routledge. 2001
- Jackson, S and Scott, S (2010) Theorising Sexuality. Maidenhead, Open University Press
- Scott, Sue. "Sue Scott, Honorary Professor". Centre for Women's Studies. The University of York. Retrieved May 20, 2015.
- Mark Carrigan (October 4, 2013). "Impact of Social Sciences – Five Minutes with John Holmwood and Sue Scott: "Discover Society puts social research back at the heart of public debate."". blog. The London School of Economics and Political Science. Retrieved May 20, 2015.
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