My research interests are multi-disciplinary and are informed by a qualitative dialogical epistemology. Some of her current areas of research include, but are not limited to, a critical approach to notions of selfhood, identity, gender, public and private speech, digital societies, and enquires into lived cultural experiences. She is a member of the British Psychological Society (BPS) and a co-opted committee member for The Psychology of Women and Equalities Section (POWES).
Fellowship of the HEA (2018)
I am a strong believer in research led teaching, therefore, my teaching is influenced by her research. I teaches across all Levels on a number of programmes delivered by the department of Sociology and Criminology. Currently I am the Module Leader for:
- Foundations of Psychology (Level 3)
- Literature and Society (Level 3)
- The Sociology of Self and Identity (Level 4)
- Introduction to Psychology (Level 4)
- The Sociology of Consumption, Taste, and Identity (Level 6)
- Co-lead Social Sciences Methodologies (Level 5).