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Sociology Research


Anton Jarrod is a PhD candidate in the Department of Sociology. His current research project investigates the role of worldview in the relationship between unemployment and well-being.

Anton has also been actively researching, and practising, modern spirituality for more than twenty years. He is currently working on several projects to promote his work in this area. He is also the author of "Martinus Cosmology and Spiritual Evolution", which introduces the work of the Danish writer and thinker Martinus (1890-1981) to an English-speaking audience.

Before coming to Cambridge, Anton took a MSc in Social Policy Research at the London School of Economics (2016). Previously, he obtained a MA (2006) and BA (2004) in English at University College London.

Research Interests

Sociology of work, sociology of well-being and happiness, sociology of religion, unemployment, contemporary spirituality

Key Publications - Books

Jarrod, A. 2017. Martinus Cosmology and Spiritual Evolution: The Essential Ideas and Teachings, as Applied to the Gospels. Light Pillar Press.

PhD Supervisor

Research Groups & Affiliations


2016: The Loch Exhibition Prize, MSc Social Policy (Research)

Job Title:
PhD Candidate, Jesus College
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