Alex Lockwood

Senior Lecturer

4FAM/4MED

University of Sunderland

Critical Animal Studies, Practices of Writing, Human-Animal Relations, Affect and Identity, Running, Vegan Life Practices, Climate Change, Animal and Environmental Activism

Dr. Alex Lockwood is a creative writer, journalist, activist and academic interested in how we produce knowledge and make meaning through practices of writing, especially around interspecies relations, representations of nonhuman others, animal advocacy and protection, vegan life practices, and running. He has published on the role of emotions, affect and identity in the areas of pro-environmental behaviour and representations of ‘green feelings’ in cultural production. As a journalist and creative writer he is widely published, and as well as twenty years in journalism he has just completed his PhD in Creative Writing at Newcastle University. He is currently writing a popular academic book on climate change, veganism, and the Save Movement.

2014 PhD in Creative Writing, Newcastle University 2014 Churchill Travel Fellow 2005 MA in Creative and Critical Wrtiting, Sussex University 1998 BA in English Lang. and Lit, Cardiff University

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Latest Additions

  1. Lockwood, Alex (2019) The Chernobyl Privileges. John Hunt Publishing, UK. (In Press)
  2. Lockwood, Alex (2017) H is for Hypocrite. In: Anthology of Vegan Studies. University of Nevada Press, Nevada. (Submitted)
  3. Lockwood, Alex (2017) The Save Movement, Empathy and Activism. Animal Studies Journal, 7 (1). pp. 104-126. ISSN 2201-3008
  4. Lockwood, Alex (2017) The Collaborative Craft of Creatural Writing. In: Beyond the Human-Animal Divide Creaturely Lives in Literature and Culture. Palsgrave McMillan, London. ISBN 978-1-137-60309-8
  5. Lockwood, Alex (2016) The Pig in Thin Air: An Identification. {Bio}graphies . Lantern Books, New York, New York. ISBN 9781590565353
  6. Lockwood, Alex (2016) What would inclusive journalism have felt like for the pig? Journal of Applied Journalism and Media Studies, 7 (2). ISSN 2001 0818 (In Press)
  7. Lockwood, Alex (2016) Graphs of Grief and Other Green Feelings: the uses of affect in the study of environmental communication. Environmental Communication. ISSN 1752-4040
  8. Lockwood, Alex (2014) Depression: A Public Feeling (Review). Culture Machine. ISSN 1465-4121
  9. Lockwood, Alex (2012) Cruel Optimism (Review). Culture Machine. ISSN 1465-4121
  10. Lockwood, Alex (2012) ‘The Affective Legacy of Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring’. Environmental Humanities, 1 (1). pp. 123-140. ISSN 2201-1919