Dr Jon Mulholland
Dr. Jon Mulholland is a senior lecturer in sociology in the Department of Criminology and Sociology at Middlesex University. He is also a member of the Social Policy Research Centre and the Crime and Conflict Research Centre at the same institution. His research and teaching interests lie in the fields of 'race', ethnicity, nation, religion and migration, framed within a comparative perspective. He also has an enduring interest in the sociology and politics of contemporary France. Jon is currently the Principal Investigator, along with Professor Louise Ryan, of an ESRC-funded project entitled 'French Capital: A Study of the French Highly Skilled in London's Financial and Business Sectors', and is a member of the European Sociological Association, the ESRC Peer Review College, and the UK European Migration Network. Jon is currently supervising a PhD on Confuscianism and Restorative Justice in Hong Kong, and is particularly interested in further PhD supervision in the fields of 'race', ethnicity, nation, religion or migration.
PhD (Leicester), MSc (London) BA (Hons) (Warwick)
Race, ethnicity, nation, religion, migration, political sociology, comparative sociology, France, Europe, globalization, music
Social theory, race, ethnicity and nation, religion, gobalization, political sociology
- 1987-97 - University of Reading/Berkshire College of Nursing (full-time): Lecturer in Sociology and Curriculum Development Leader for Sociology
- 1995-99 - Thames Valley University (part-time): Senior Lecturer in Sociology module leader, dissertation supervisor and Member of the Programme Development and Management Team for the MSc Human Sexuality and Relationship Psychotherapy
- 1997-2007 - Thames Valley University (full-time): Programmes Leader - BSc (Hons) Sociology (Full, Major, Joints, Minor), senior lecturer in sociology, multiple module leader, Subject Leader - Applied Behavioural Sciences (1998-2003), Programme Leader - MSc (Hons) Health Studies (1998-2004)
- 2007 onwards - Middlesex University (full time): Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Programme Leader BA (Hons) Sociology with Psychology.
Mulholland, J. and Ryan, L. (in review) Doing the Business: variagation, migration and the cultural dimensions of business praxis - the experiences of the French highly skilled in London, International Migration
Ryan, L. and Mulholland, J. (in review) 'Wives are the route to social life': an analysis of family life and networking amongst highly skilled migrants in London, Sociology
Ryan, L. and Mulholland, J. (forthcoming) French Connections: The networking strategies of French highly skilled migrants in London, Global Networks
Ryan, L. and Mulholland, J. (forthcoming) Trading Places: French highly skilled migrants negotiating mobility and settlement in London, Ethnic and Migration Studies
Mulholland J., Anionwu E.N.J., Atkins R., Tappern, M. and Franks P.J.(2008) Diversity, attrition and transition into nursing. Journal of Advanced Nursing 64(1), 49-59
Mulholland, J. (2007) The Racialisation and Ethnicisation of Sexuality and Sexual Problems in Sex Therapeutic Discourses, Sexual and Relationship Therapy, Vol 22 (1): pp. 27-44
Anionwu, E.N. Mulholland, J, Atkins, R.J., Tappern, M. and Franks, P.J. (2006) Diversity, Attrition and Transition into Nursing, Report on Research Project, Positively Diverse, NHS Employers.
Mulholland, J. and Dyson, S. (2001) Sociological theories of 'race' and ethnicity. In Culley, L. And Dyson, S. (Eds) Ethnicity and Nursing Practice, Macmillan, Basingstoke: pp.17-38
Mulholland, J. (1997) Assimilating sociology: critical reflections on the 'Sociology in nursing' debate, Journal of Advanced Nursing 25(4): 844-852.
Mulholland, J. (1995) Nursing, humanism and transcultural theory: the 'bracketing-out' of reality, Journal of Advanced Nursing, Vol. 22 (3): pp. 442-9
2012 - Jon Mulholland and Louise Ryan - Opportunities and Obstacles in Intra-EU Migration: The Case of the French Highly Skilled in London’s Financial and Business Sectors, and Panel Members,Home Office and European Migration Network - Intra-EU Mobility: The Latest Evidence and Policy Perspectives, British Library, St. Pancras, 12th December
2012 - Jon Mulholland and Louise Ryan - Doing the Business: Variagation, Migration, and the Cultural Dimensions of Business Praxis - The Experiences of the French Highly Skilled in London - Workforce Heterogeneity and its Impact, Norface Research Programme on Migration, Nuremberg, 6-7th December
2012 - Jon Mulholland and Louise Ryan - French Talent and the ‘Anglo-Saxons’: Migration, Opportunity and Accumulation amongst the French Highly Skilled in London, Dutch Demography Day, University of Utrecht, November 20th
2012– Jon Mulholland and Louise Ryan (Policy Seminar organisers and paper presenters) Opportunities and obstacles: intra-EU skilled migration to the UK, Westminster, 14th September
2012– Jon Mulholland and Louise Ryan - Multicultural Cosmopolitanism in London and Paris – The Meanings of ‘Success’, CRONEM, The Future of Multiculturalism: Structures, Integration Policies and Practices, University of Surrey, June, 26th-27th
2012 - Jon Mulholland and Louise Ryan- Highly Skilled Migration into the 21st Century: An International Conference, Hendon Campus, Middlesex University (24th and 25th May) – Conference Organisers and Plenary Speakers.
2012– Louise Ryan and Jon Mulholland – Panel organisers and paper presenters, Embedding in Motion: Analysing the dynamics of networks and mobility among highly skilled migrants, Workshop on Embeddedness and Embedding,Polish Sociological Association, University of Gdańsk & Kashubian Institute, 14-15 May
2012– Jon Mulholland and Louise Ryan - French Capital: The French Highly Skilled in London’s Financial and Business Sectors, British Sociological Association Conference, Leeds, May 11th-13th
2012– Jon Mulholland and Louise Ryan - On the Meanings and Uses of London: Exploring French Significations of Life and Work in the Capital, London: City of Paradox Conference, University of East London, April 3rd-5th
2012 – Presentation of French Capital project findings to Le Parti Socialiste de France in London, 02.04.12
2011- Jon Mulholland and Louise Ryan (Dec 2011) French Capital: The Life and Work of the Highly Skilled French in London, Presentation to the Institut Francais de Royaume Uni, London
2011- Louise Ryan and Jon Mulholland (Nov.) ‘French Capital’: the migratory strategies and trajectories of highly skilled French migrants in London. ERPBSS Conference, Dubai
2010 - Islamophobia in the UK and Italy: Comparative Experiences and Responses, Living Together: Civic, political and Cultural Engagement amongs Migrants, Minorities and National Populations - Multi-disciplinary Perspectives, CRNEM, University of Surrey, 30th June
2010 - A Soupcon de Satan: English Black Metal and the progressive Transgression of Taste, Universite Francois Rabelais, Tours, France, 3rd June
2010 - Islamophobia in the UK and Italy: Comparative Experiences and Responses- Reality and Myth: Social Disorder and the Other - One Day Conference - Middlesex University, 26th February
Ici Londres (November 2011 edition)
INFO – French Chamber of Commerce in Great Britain: The Magazine for Anglo-French Business (February/March 2012 Edition)
Marc Roche’s column in Le Monde (15th February 2012)
Here is the City (April 2012)
The Daily Mail (29th September 2012)
Dr. Jon Mulholland (PI) and Dr. Louise Ryan (Co-Applicant) - ESRC RES-000-22-4240 - French Capital: A Study of French Highly Skilled Migrants in London's Financial and Business Sectors (Oct. 2010-Sept 2012 - 100k). Project web-page - http://frenchlondon.co.uk/
Professor Elizabeth Anionwu (PI), Jon Mulholland, Richard Atkins, Mike Tappern and Peter Franks - NHS Positively Diverse-funded project - The DATING Project (Diversity and Transition into Nursing) (2004-2006 - £90k)