How we're governed
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CRESC is core-funded by the ESRC. We are managed by an Executive Committee which is convened by Professor Penny Harvey, and includes the directors of each of our themes (including our cross-cutting themes), representatives of our researchers, and the Centre Administrator, Dr Susan Hogan. The Executive meets around ten times a year.
General CRESC policy and direction is discussed twice a year at the CRESC Advisory Board, which is chaired by Professor Nigel Thrift, and includes distinguished academics and representatives from key organisations.
There is an annual Cross-University Committee, where issues of interest to our two insitutions, Manchester University and the Open University, are explored.
CRESC Executive Committee
- Professor Penny Harvey (Convening Director)
- Professor Karel Williams
- Dr Niall Cunningham (RF Representative Manchester)
- Professor Marie Gillespie
- Dr Susan Hogan
- Professor John Law
- Dr Andrew Miles
- Dr Andrew Hill (RF Representative Open University)
- Professor Sophie Watson
CRESC Advisory Board
- Paul Allin, Office of National Statistics
- Catherine Bunting, Arts Council England
- Adam C Cooper, Department for Culture, Media and Sport
- Peter Folkman, Businessman, North of England Ventures Ltd
- Stephen Francis, Chief Financial Officer of Vion Food Group Limited
- Nigel Thrift (Chair), Vice Chancellor, University or Warwick
- Roger Burrows, Department of Sociology, University of York
- Cecila Lury, Goldmiths College, University of London
- Gordon Lynch, Department of Sociology of Religion, Birbeck college, University of London
- Jess Marfarlane, BBC World Services
- Henrietta Moore,Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge
- Martin Parker, School of Management, University of Warwick
- Richard Paterson, Head of Knowledge, British Film Institute
- Griselda Pollock, School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies, University of Leeds
- Gillian Tett, Financial Times
- Frank Trentmann, Department of History, Classics and Archaeology, School of Social Sciences, History and Philosophy, Birbeck, University of London