Researcher in the Spotlight

We are happy to present you our next researcher in the spotlight profile of Joe Hall. Take a look and read about his exciting research.

Joe Hall
Research Associate and GCYFRG Dissertation Officer
University of Sheffield

Email: joe.hall@Sheffield.ac.uk

Twitter: @DrJoeHall
Departmental profile: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/socstudies/people/academic-staff/joseph-joe-hall

Research Area and Interests
Children, childhood and youth; Gender and sexualities; Education and schooling; Equalities and inclusion; Qualitative and mixed-methods. Continue reading

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Researcher in the Spotlight

This time we present Giulia Chiara Ceresa and her research about alternative education in Italy in our researcher in the spotlight series. Take a look!

 

Giulia Chiara Ceresa
PhD Researcher in Human Geography
University Of Birmingham

Email: gcc776@bham.ac.uk

Twitter: @giulia_ceresa

Research Area and Interests
Children’s Geographies, Geography of Education, Geography of Alternative Education, transnational education Continue reading

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Researcher in the Spotlight

Our next researcher in the spotlight is Emma Bates, check out her profile below.

 

Emma Bates
Postgraduate Researcher
Loughborough University

Email: e.bates2@lboro.ac.uk

Twitter: @emmarbates

Research Area and Interests
Geographies of Education, aspirations, education-work transitions, gender, race, labour market experiences

Research Project
Race, gender and age in young women’s career decisions, expectations and experiences Continue reading

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Researcher in the spotlight

Please take a look at our new profile in our series of the researcher in the spotlight:  Dr Lucie Glasheen. Yet another brilliant children’s geographies researcher.

 

Dr Lucie Glasheen
Teaching Associate, School of Geography
Administrator, Centre for Childhood Cultures
Independent Researcher
Queen Mary University of London

Email: glasheenlucie@gmail.com

Twitter: @lucieglasheen

 

Research Area and Interests

Play, histories of children and childhood, children’s literature and culture, urban studies, housing, twentieth-century British history. Continue reading

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Working from home: How to make it work for you

Are you also working from home this year and possibly in the foreseeable future? Check out our new blog written by written by Emma Bates and Elizabeth Ackerly.

Whether you are well-seasoned in the art of working from home, or this is a new working format for you, working from home can bring with it several challenges. We have put together some of our favourite tips and tricks to overcome some of the harder things about working from home, and hopefully to make the process more fruitful and enjoyable.

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