Jules Evans has been Policy Director for the Centre for the History of the Emotions since 2011, and is co-editor, with Thomas Dixon, of the History of Emotions Blog, to which he regularly contributes himself.
In 2012, Jules won AHRC funding for a 'Connected Communities' project on grassroots philosophy and its roles in building communities, past and present. A short summary of the project is available on the AHRC website, and the full report is available here.
He is the author of Philosophy for Life: And Other Dangerous Situations, and in addition to regular speaking engagements on a range of topics to do with the politics of wellbeing, blogs regularly on his own website, as well as for the History of Emotions Blog.
In 2013, Jules was named as one of the AHRC and BBC Radio 3 New Generation Thinkers for 2013.