Assistant Professor, Sociology and Anthropology
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- Aesthetic judgement,
- Criminal accusation
Matthew is a sociologist whose work focusses on the intersection of the social, juridical, and political implications within aesthetic judgment. His research also entails understanding the way contemporary discourses, apparatuses and rituals of criminal accusation are informed by contextual and contingent considerations of risk.