College Fellows and Staff

Dr Duschinsky

Dr Robbie Duschinsky

Fellow in HSPS (Sociology and Politics)

Director of Studies in Human, Social and Political Sciences

College Room: S5



Personal Biography

Dr Robbie Duschinsky is a social scientist based in the Primary Care Unit in the School of Clinical Medicine. His research has primarily focused on children, families and theories of human behaviour, integrating approaches from psychology, sociology, history and philosophy. Robbie is currently Principal Investigator on a New Investigator Award from the Wellcome Trust for research on debates in attachment theory and their implications for clinical and social welfare practice. He is the convener for the MVST 1A paper Social Context of Health and Illness.

Selected Publications

Duschinsky, R., Greco, M. & Solomon, J. (2015) ‘The Politics of Attachment: Lines of Flight’ Theory, Culture & Society32(7-8): 173-195

Duschinsky, R. (2015) ‘The Emergence of the ‘Disorganised/Disoriented (D) Attachment’ Classification, 1979-1982’ History of Psychology, 18(1): 32–46

Thompson, J., Cook, G. & Duschinsky, R. (2015) ‘‘I feel like a salesperson’: the effect of multiple-source care funding on the experiences and views of nursing home nurses in England.’ Nursing Inquiry 22(2): 168–177

Duschinsky, R. & Wilson, E. eds. (2015) Engaging with the Work of Lauren Berlant, special issue of the International Journal of Politics, Culture & Society, Volume 28, Issue 3.

Duschinsky, R. & Brown, D.-M. (2015) ‘Place and Defilement’ Space & Culture, 18(3): 243-256