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Daniel Jones | he/him

I am currently working for the University of Sheffield as a Research Associate on the Wellcome Anti Ableist Research Culture project, alongside finalising a PhD thesis in Human Geography PhD at Newcastle University. My PhD research concerns how adults with Tourette syndrome experience and interact with public spaces, and what value creative methodological approaches can bring to experience-based disability research. 

I'm a mixed methods social-science researcher with a range of qualitative and creative data collection and analysis skills. I am currently completing a PhD in Human Geography, and am looking for full-time post-doctoral academic employment commencing in April 2024. If you wish to discuss an opportunity with me, please email

Recent publications / Speaking engagements:

  • Click here to see my current publications and speaking engagement

Previous Employment

  • Click here for an outline of previous employment history

Areas of expertise:

  • Qualitative data analysis

  • Mixed methods research

  • Intersectionality

  • Disability, neurodiversity, and chronic illness

  • Equality/equity, diversity and inclusivity 

  • Methods training

  • Research engaging with disabled people

  • Solidarity and social justice

  • Space, place and affect

Role requirements:

Hours: 35+ hours per week. Hours can flex with demand.

Duration: Minimum 6 month contract.

Location: Remote, commutable from Newcastle upon Tyne, or only requiring occasional in-person meetings/fieldwork outside of Newcastle upon Tyne. 

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