Tiffany Jenkins is a British sociologist, cultural commentator, and writer, and is Culture Editor for the journal Sociology Compass. She is the author of Contesting Human Remains in Museum Collections (2011), which looks at the influences at play on the controversy over human remains in museum collections; and of Keeping Their Marbles (2016), which examines the controversies surrounding the Elgin Marbles, and the wider debate on the repatriation of cultural heritage. She is editor of a multi-authored book of essays, Political Culture, Soft Interventions and Nation Building (2015), which examines the act of cultural intervention in countries that have been devastated by conflict.
Regularly published in the broadsheet press, she writes for The Scotsman newspaper on arts and culture issues.
In addition to his existing roles, Jenkins has served as visiting fellow at LSE as well as arts and society director of the Institute of Ideas.
She is a best-selling author, content creator, and recovering addict. Tiffany Jenkins is the hilarious woman behind "Juggling the Jenkins", with nearly 4.5 million Facebook fans and counting.
Known for her viral videos on Facebook and YouTube, Tiffany has a deep passion for spreading awareness of the mental illness.
As a result of being featured on national television shows like The Today Show and The Doctors, she speaks shamelessly, openly, and honestly about her past, addiction, and struggles with depression and anxiety.
In jails, rehabs, and high schools, Tiffany shares her story of hope. She has undertaken her own tour across the country.
As a result of the overwhelming response her story received, she decided to share recovery stories from around the world - inspirational stories, funny videos, and more.