PhD (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Richard Randell received his PhD and MS in sociology from the University of Wisconsin–Madison, and his BA from The Flinders University of South Australia. After working in finance in Zurich and in management consulting in Lausanne, he returned to academia, teaching at Webster University Geneva since 2005. He has taught classes in social theory, automobility studies, the sociology of human rights, social movements, introductory sociology, social problems, contemporary slavery and human trafficking, gender studies, the sociology of organizations, social psychology, and surveillance studies. His current research interests include mobility studies with a focus on automobility, and the philosophy of science with a focus on phenomenological and deconstructionist critiques of realism.