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Sociology Research

 

Luke received his BA and MPhil in Philosophy from the University of Cambridge, having focused on social and political philosophy. He then moved to Sociology for his PhD, where his thesis was titled 'The role of financial and intangible assets in pharmaceutical business models under conditions of neoliberal financialisation.' Luke has supervised and lectured in the department since 2014.

Teaching

SOC3: Global Social Problems (supervisions)
SOC9: Global Capitalism (lectures & supervisions)
SOC13: Health, Medicine and Society (lectures & supervisions)
MPhil: Political and Economic Sociology (lectures)

Job Title:
Teaching Associate in the Political Economy of Biomedicine
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