Edward Granter

Colleges, School and Institutes

Research interests

Dr Granter’s research interests are fairly wide in that they range from empirical study of life at work, to theoretical analysis of organization and politics as a ‘racket’. He has provided a number of perspectives on the work of the Frankfurt School Critical Theorists; Adorno, Horkheimer and Marcuse and this is a long-term research theme. Dr Granter wrote a book on the end of work in 2009, and continues to follow and write about changes in the world of work and employment.

Current projects

  • New ways of working – digital nomads
  • Restructuring in a business school
  • The digital flâneur
  • The end of work – back to the future

Biography

After a first degree in social and political sciences (SPS), Dr Granter’s academic career has focused on the sociology of work. Since 2009 he has worked in UK business schools where his teaching and research interests have come under the disciplinary headings of ‘organization studies’ and ‘organizational behaviour’.

Qualifications

MA Cantab.

MA University of Birmingham

Phd University of Salford

Education/Academic qualification

  • Centre for Russian and East European Studies

    Russian and East European Studies

  • Univ Cambridge

    Social and Political Sciences

  • University of Salford

    PhD Sociology of work

Willingness to take PhD students

Yes

PhD projects

Sociology of work and organization. Critical Theory.