Nathan Aaron Kerrigan

Centre for Advances in Behavioural Science, Coventry University, UK

Nathan Aaron Kerrigan is a research assistant within the Violence Prevention, Resilience and Justice (VPRJ) research group within the Centre for Behavioural Science at Coventry University in the UK. With a PhD in Social and Community Studies, his research interests centre around rurality and the countryside, globalisation and social change, race, racism and ethnicity, social exclusion, spaces of governance, territorial politics, political governance and informal social control. He has various publications on these issues and has also published a Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) evidence report, which explores the impact of tourism on the perceived erosion of English rural identity, as part of the 2016 inquiry on rural tourism in England.

Books published with us

Title A Threatened Rural Idyll? Informal social control, exclusion and the resistance to change in the English countryside [Hardback]
Edition 1st
ISBN 978-1-62273-418-4
Published in September 2018