Doctoral StudentDepartment of Sociology and Work
About Nathan Siegrist
Nathan Siegrist is a PhD student in sociology, starting during the fall of 2021. His educational background contains an MA in Sociology (2019) and a dual BA in Sociology and History of Ideas (2016) from the University of Gothenburg. Prior to being enrolled in the PhD programme, he worked as a research assistant at the School of Global Studies and the Department of Cultural Studies.
Nathan's PhD project seeks to investigate how urban movements connected to squats and autonomous spaces influence urban development in contemporary Europe. For these purposes, he has a particular interest in current developments in Central and Eastern Europe.
His primary fields of interests are social movements, urban sociology and critical theory.
Sweden’s good fishers: Skills and values in a transforming social-ecological
Maris Boyd Gillette, Milena Arias Schreiber, Nathan Siegrist
kritisk etnografi - Swedish Journal of Anthropology - 2022
A new hope for small-scale fisheries through local action groups? Comparing Finnish and Swedish
Pekka Salmi, Sebastian Linke, Nathan Siegrist, Kristina Svels
Maritime Studies - 2022
Throughput legitimacy in Swedish fisheries governance: Views from coastal
Maris Boyd Gillette, Sebastian Linke, Nathan Siegrist
MARE conference - 2021
Röster från svenskt yrkesfiske: Rapport om
Metelkova as Autonomous
Nathan Siegrist, Håkan Thörn
Antipode - 2020
Hur mår den svenska yrkesfiskaren? En enkätundersökning om fiskelicensinnehavare,
Maris Boyd Gillette, Milena Arias Schreiber, Vesa Tschernij, Madeleine Lundin, Sebastian Linke, Nathan Siegrist