Search results for 'Gender' (20)
Dr Jessica Guth
Jess is a Reader in Law with a particular interest in legal education and in feminist and queer approaches to law and legal study. She is an experienced legal academic and has developed and taught a variety of courses and modules at undergraduate and postgraduate level. She has a background in law and social science subjects and combines the two in her teaching and research.
Dr Katy Day
Katy is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Leeds Beckett University. Her interests are in critical, community and liberation psychology. She has particular expertise in feminist psychological approaches.
Dr Nidia VeitchNidia is a dedicated lecturer in Economics with experience working for Governmental and Non-Governmental organisations in developing and developed countries.
Kate is a Senior Fellow/Lecturer (HEA) in the Carnegie School of Education. She is the Course Team Leader for the BA (Hons) Early Years course and MA Childhood and Early Years course. As Course Team Leader she teaches on, and oversees the provision of, both degree programmes.
Dr Maria O'Reilly
Maria O'Reilly is a Lecturer in Politics & International Relations. She joined Leeds Beckett in 2017. Her research focuses on questions of gender, agency, justice and security in conflict and post-conflict contexts. Maria brings insights from feminist theories and methodologies, to understand the nature of violent conflict and peacebuilding.
Dr. Mahmoud Abubaker specialises in human resource management, with a focus on research and practice in applying work-life balance benefits in international organisations; on the theory and development of high-performance management systems; and on gender issues in international management.
Dr Katherine Harrison
Katherine is the Course Director for BA (Hons) Media & English and a PhD Supervisor in the School of Cultural Studies & Humanities. Her research focuses on visual culture, feminism (including women’s crafting and domestic practices) and representations of poverty and class. She is also currently part of a funded research team working with a film maker to analyse representations of towns, streets and homes in welfare documentary television and has recently published an article about ‘new knitting’ culture and women’s changing position in relation to domesticity.
Jodie HodgsonJodie is a lecturer in Criminology at the Leeds School of Social Sciences. She joined Leeds Beckett University in September 2019 having previously worked as a lecturer at The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Jodie completed her doctoral research as Liverpool John Moores University and undertook her BSc Criminology and MA Crime and Justice at The University of Chester. In addition to her academic scholarship, Jodie has also undertaken practitioner roles at Catch 22 Pan-Merseyside child exploitation service, Cheshire West, Halton and Warrington Youth Offending Service and Circles of Support and Accountability.
Dr Alexandria Bradley
Alexandria specialises in Trauma-Informed, Responsive and Specific practice for men and women accessing support in prison and post-release. Recently, Alexandria has conducted evaluations exploring trauma-responsive practice in a women's centre and a trauma-specific intervention for women with sex-working histories.
Alexandria is passionate about rehabilitation. As a former HMPPS practitioner, she has experience in supporting men and women through their recovery and desistance journey. As a former drug and alcohol programmes facilitator, Alexandria designed and delivered cognitive behavioural programmes within a YOI and Women's prison.
Gaspard PelursonGaspard Pelurson joined the School of Cultural Studies at Leeds Beckett University in January 2019.
Professor Brendan Gough
Professor Gough is a Critical Social Psychologist and qualitative researcher interested in men and masculinities. He has published many papers on gender identities and relations, mostly in the context of health, lifestyles and well being.
Dr Karen Horwood
Karen is a geographer and planner. She has a particular interest in women and planning, and is convening the Women and Planning in the UK conference May 2019.
Dr Katherine Dashper
Kate Dashper is Reader and Director of Research Degrees in the School of Events, Tourism and Hospitality Management. Her research applies a critical sociological lens to examine practices of work and leisure, particularly focusing on gender issues and interspecies encounters.
Dr Maxine Woolhouse
Maxine is a feminist and critical social psychologist. Her research interests are in the area of gender, social class, eating practices and critical perspectives on 'obesity'.
Maxine is a Senior Lecturer in psychology and teaches across a range of undergraduate modules including Critical and Philosophical Issues, Qualitative Research Methods and Psychology of Women. She is particularly interested in feminist and critical approaches to understanding relations between gender, social class and eating practices.
Dr Helen Dampier
Helen Dampier is Senior Lecturer in Social and Cultural History. Her interdisciplinary research concerns the use of life writings, especially letters, diaries and testimonies, as historical sources. Helen's particular interest is in nineteenth and twentieth century South African history.
Dr Rachel Rich
Rachel Rich is a Senior Lecturer in History. Her interest is the cultural and social history of modern Europe, with a particular interest in class and gender. Her research has focused on food and eating habits and, currently, women's timekeeping practices in nineteenth-century France.
Dr Paula Singleton
Paula Singleton is a critical psychologist with specialist expertise in qualitative methods, and phenomenology in particular. She has carried out research with a community drugs treatment service and collaborated with Stanford University on a study of a rare pregnancy complication.
Laura is currently Head of Sound and Course Director at the Northern Film School in the Leeds School of Arts, Leeds Beckett University and has been a University Teacher Fellow since 2010.
Dr Leanne Norman
Leanne is a Reader within the Carnegie School of Sport. Her research utilises a critical sociological lens to examine the culture of coaching to address gender equality and provide evidence for the need to diversify the coaching workforce.