Dr Maria Tsouroufli

Reader in Women and Gender

Email address: M.Tsouroufli@wlv.ac.uk Phone number: 01902 32 3316 Location: Walsall Faculty: Faculty of Education Health and Wellbeing School/Institute: Institute of Education Areas of expertise: Gendered ‘othering’ & exclusion in education & employment, Intersectionality, Women’s Careers in STEMM, Gendered based Violence, Academic Motherhood

About

Dr Maria Tsouroufli PhD Reader in Women and Gender (from December 2017)

I hold a PhD in Gender and Education from the University of Southampton, UK. My work has been concerned with the relationship between policy, practice and inequalities, exploring how gender inequalities are connected to subjectivities, every day practices, pedagogy, culture, institutional processes and policy. This research has spanned issues of gender, ethnicity, migration and social class and has been underpinned by engagements with feminist post-structural thinking about power, the subject, space, and the political.

My research has also crossed national and disciplinarian boundaries and has been explored the entanglements of women’s ‘othering’ with gendered notions of professionalism; and gendered, classed and heteronormative motherhood in academic, medical, and early childhood work contexts in the UK and Greece.  Another strand of my research is currently looking at the role of stereotypical constructions of gender and sexuality in sustaining gender based violence in schools and campuses in Europe.

I have strong expertise in ethnographic and biographic research approaches and have also been trained in statistics. I have employed narrative research and feminist autobiography to explore embodied disruptions of student and professional identities throughout learning and career trajectories across.

Research interests

Gendered ‘othering’ and exclusion in education and employment

Intersectionality

Women’s Careers in STEMM

Gendered based Violence

Academic Motherhood

Membership of professional bodies

Editorship of journals

Qualifications

Academic Qualifications

  • Certificate in Counselling Skills, Cardiff University
  • Certificate in Medical Statistics, Cardiff University
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Post-Compulsory Education, University of Warwick
  • PhD in Gender and Education: ‘Gender and teacher-student interaction: An ethnographic study in a secondary school in Greece’ Research and Graduate School of Education, University of Southampton, England, UK
  • BA in Educational Studies with Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), Hons, First Class first degree, Department of Educational Studies, University of Crete, Greece

Publications

Peer-reviewed publications

Under review

•          Tsouroufli, M.  ‘Gendered and classed negotiations of ‘good’ mother and academic in the post-feminist era: The experiences of Greek academics’ European Journal of Women’s Studies, November 2017

In press

•           Tsouroufli, M. (2018) ‘‘Playing it right?’ Gendered performances of professional respectability and ‘authenticity’ in Greek academia’’, Journal of International Women’s Studies, January issue, Vol 19, No. 1.

Published

•           Tsouroufli, M. ‘Gender, Pedagogical identities and academic professionalism in Greek Medical Schools, Gender and Education, Published first on line 7th December 2016

http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09540253.2016.1262008

•           Tsouroufli, M. (2015). ‘Hybrid identities, emotions and experiences of inclusion/exclusion of international PhD students in England’ Interdisciplinary Perspectives in Equality and Diversity, Vol.1, No.1

http://journals.hw.ac.uk/index.php/IPED/article/view/11

•           Tsouroufli, M. Malcolm, I. (2015). Editorial, Special Issue of Medical Education, ‘Equality, Diversity and Fairness in Medical Education: International perspectives’, Medical Educ, Vol.49, No. 1, 4-6 DOI: 10.1111/medu.12601

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/medu.12601/abstractation

•           Hampden-Thompson, G., Jeffes, J. Lord, P., Bramley, G. Davies, I. Tsouroufli, M., Sundaram, V. (2015). ‘Teachers’ views on students’ experiences of community involvement and citizenship education’ Education, C8itizenship and Social Justice Journal, 10 (1). pp. 67-78. ISSN 1746-1979

http://esj.sagepub.com/cgi/reprint/10/1/67.pdf?ijkey=rNMoRM6gsmeiAvJ&keytype=ref

•           Tsouroufli, M. Davies, I. Hampden-Thompson, G. Sundaram, V., Lord, P. Jeffes, J., (2014). ‘Diversity, difference and communities in secondary schools in England’, The International Journal of Community Diversity, Volume 13, Issue 2, September 2014, pp.1-17. ISSN 2327-0004

•           Davies, I., Hampden Thompson, G., Calhoun,J., Bramley, G., Tsouroufli, M., Sundaram, V. Lord P. and Jeffes, J. (2013). ‘Young people’s community engagement: what does the research evidence tell us?’ British Educational Research Journal, 61, 3, 327-343. DOI:10.1080/00071005.2013.808316

•           Davies, I., Hampden-Thompson, G., Tsouroufli, M., Sundaram, V., Lord, P., Jeffes, J., and Bramley, G. (2012). Editorial. Special Issue ‘Citizenship and Community’ Journal of Social Sciences Education, Vol. 11. No.3: 3-5.

•           Tsouroufli, M. (2012). ‘Breaking in and breaking out a Medical School: Feminist Academic Interrupted’, Special Issue on ‘Being a Feminist Academic’ Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Journal, Vol. 13, No. 5. pp. 467-483.

•           Tsouroufli, M. Ozbilgin, M. (2012). ‘Gender and discourses of independent learning in medical education’, Global Education Review, Vol.1, No. 1, pp. 36-47.

•           Tsouroufli, M. Ozbilgin, M. Smith, M. (2011). ‘Gendered forms of othering in UK hospital medicine: Nostalgia as resistance against the modern doctor’ Special Issue: ‘Understanding the dynamic of careers and identities through multiple strands of equality’, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. Vol. 30, No.6. 498-509.

http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?issn=2040-7149&volume=30&issue=6

•           Ozbilgin, M.  Tsouroufli, M.  Smith, M. (2011) ‘Understanding the interplay of time, gender and professionalism in UK Hospital Medicine,  Social Science and Medicine, Vol. 72, No. 10. pp. 1588-94.

http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2011.03.030

•           Tsouroufli, M. Rees, CE., Monrouxe, L. Sundaram, V. (2011) ‘Gender, Identities and Intersectionality in medical education research,  Medical Education, 45, pp. 213-216.

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1365-2923.2010.03908.x/abstract

•           Tsouroufli, M. (2011) ‘Routinization and constraints on informed choice in one-stop clinic offering first trimester chromosomal antenatal screening for Down’s syndrome’.  Midwifery, 27, pp. 431-436  

http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.midw.2010.02.011

 

•           Pozadzki, P. Stockl, A., Musonda, P. Tsouroufli, M. (2010) A mixed method approach to sense of coherence, health behaviours, self-efficacy and optimism: Towards the operationalization of positive health attitudes.  Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 51, pp. 246-252.

•           Tsouroufli, M. Payne, H. (2008) ‘Consultant Medical Teachers, Modernising Medical Careers (MMC) and the European Working Time Directive (EWTD):  Tensions and Challenges in a Changing Medical Education Context, BMC Medical Education, 8:31

http://www.biomedcentral.com/content/pdf/1472-6920-8-31.pdf

•           Lindenmeyer, A., Griffiths, F., Green, E., Thompson, D., Tsouroufli, M. (2008) Family Health Narratives: midlife women’s concepts of vulnerability to illness, Health, 12:3

•           Hundt-Lewando, G., Sandall, J., Spencer, K., Heyman, B., Williams, C., Grellier, R., Pitson, L. Tsouroufli, M. (2008) ‘ Experiences of 1st Trimester Prenatal Screening in a One Stop Clinic’, British Journal of Midwifery, 16, 3, pp. 156-159.

•           Griffiths, F., Green, E. Tsouroufli, M. (2005) The nature of medical evidence and its inherent uncertainty for the clinical consultation: the example of midlife women, British Medical Journal, 330:511

•           Tsouroufli, M. (2002) Gender and Teachers’ Classroom Practice, Gender and Education, Vol. 14, No.2, pp. 135-147

Outputs in preparation

 •          Tsouroufli, M.  Griffin, H., Anderson, J., Belgeonne, C.Nagy, B. Mihalko, V., Rédai, D. Fodor, E., Sobieraj, A. Maffei,C., Martini, A., Ulivieri, S., Biemmi, B., Guerrini, V.  ‘Gender equity in secondary schools across the UK, Hungary and Italy’, Book proposal for edited book, Palgrave Gender and Education series, submitted October 2017

•          Tsouroufli, M.   ‘An examination of the Athena SWAN initiative, its breath, focus, successes and execution’ In Strategies for resisting sexism in the academy – Edited book for Pan Macmillan, chapter to be submitted in February 2018 and book publication scheduled for October 2018

•          Tsouroufli, M.  and Lewis, L. Teachers and young people’s views about gender stereotyping and gender based violence in UK schools’ Gender and Education, to be submittedJune 2018

•            Tsouroufli, M. ‘Feminist sisterhood, gender trauma and therapeutic relationships in research supervision’ Gender, Work and Organisation, to be submitted October 2018   

•           Mikuska, E. Tsouroufli, M. ‘‘Gendered discourses of the ‘good’ early years practitioner’’, Gender and Education, to be submitted November 2018

•           Tsouroufli, M. Khan, T ‘Teachers’ negotiating gendered and racialized professional identities in classroom teaching about forced marriages in secondary schools in England’ Gender, Work and Organisation, to be submitted December 2018

•           Tsouroufli, M., Ndimande-Nare, G. ‘Good girls do not have sex’: Teachers’ discourses of gender in the implementation of the Life Skills, Sexuality and AIDS/HIV programme in Zimbabwe, Gender and Education, to be submitted January 2019

•           Glendenning, F. and Tsouroufli, M. ‘Subject switchers: Gender and Identity construction in mathematics education’, Journal of Gender Studies, to be submitted February 2019

•           Tsouroufli, M. and Walton, A. Gendered performativity in a post-1992 University, Gender and Education, to be submitted July 2019

•           Blower, A. Tsouroufli, M.  Carodia, N ‘Boys of the Black Country: An investigation into progression of disadvantaged white males from the Midlands region to UK Higher Education institutions’, Studies in Higher Education, to be submitted February 2020

•           Moldokova, A. Tsouroufli, M.  Suresh, S. ‘The Gendered Academic Careers of migrant women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEMM), Gender and Education, to be submitted April 2020

Other publications

Tsouroufli et al.2017 ‘Developing Gender Equality Charter Marks (GECM) to overcome gender stereotyping in public education across Europe’ British Educational Research Association (BERA) blog

Tsouroufli et al. 2016. Developing gender equality charter markers, new EU Horizon 2020 project https://ipedjournal.com/2017/03/22/new-research-project-developing-whole-school-gender-equality-charter-marks/

Tsouroufli, M. 2015. ‘Internationalisation of Medical Education: Hierarchies, Inequalities and Future Directions’ Interdisciplinary Perspectives in Equality and Diversityhttp://ipedjournal.com/2015/03/30/viewpoint-internationalisation-of-medical-education-hierarchies-inequalities-and-future-directions/

Tsouroufli, M.  2015. Book review, White, K. ‘Keeping Women in Science’, in Interdisciplinary Perspectives in Equality and Diversity, Vol.1, No. 1.  

Thorpe, T., Davies, I., Hampden-Thompson, G., Sundaram, V., Tsouroufli, M., Jeffes, J., Lord, P. & Bramley, G.2013. Creating citizenship communities: materials for learning, University ofYork.

Publications in professional journals  

1.         Davies, I., Hampden-Thompson, G., Tsouroufli, M., Lord, P., Jeffes, J. & Sundaram, V. (2012) ‘Creating citizenship communities’ Research brief, part 1, Teaching Citizenship, 32.

2.         Tsouroufli, M., Davies, I., Hampden-Thompson, G., Sundaram, V., Jeffes, J. & Lord, P. 2012 ‘Creating citizenship communities’ Research brief, part 2, Teaching Citizenship,   33.

3.         Davies, I., Sundaram, V., Hampden-Thompson, G., Tsouroufli, M. Lord, P., Jeffes, J. (2012). ‘Creating citizenship communities, Research brief part 3, Teaching Citizenship, 34.

4.         Davies, I., Hampden-Thompson, G., Sundaram V., Tsouroufli, M., Jeffes, J. & Lord, P. (2012) ‘Creating citizenship communities’ Research brief, part 4, Teaching Citizenship, 34.

Guest editing

•           Tsouroufli, M. Siller, H. Morgan, A., Retai, D., Shonumi, V. H. Guest editors of Special Issue of IPED journal, ‘Gender-based violence in Schools: International Perspectives’, proposal accepted, special issue to be published in November 2018

•           Tsouroufli, M. Malcolm, I. Guest editors of Special Issue of Medical Education, ‘Equality, Diversity and Fairness in Medical Education: International perspectives’, Medical Education, January 2015

•           Davies, I. Hampden-Thompson, G. Tsouroufli, M. Sundaram, V. Lord, P. Jeffes, J., Bramley, G. (2012) Guest editors of Special issue of Social Sciences Education ‘Citizenship and Community’, October Vol.11, No.3 pp. 108-119.

Edited books

•           Davies, I., Sundaram, V. Hampden Thompson, G., Tsouroufli, M., Calhoun,J., Bramley, G., Lord P. and Jeffes, J. 'Creating citizenship communities: education, young people and the role of schools' Palgrave,  July 2014

•           Tsouroufli, M. (Eds.) ‘Gender, Careers and Inequalities in Medicine and Medical Education: International perspectives’, Series: Equality at Work (Series Editor M. Ozbilgin), Emerald September 2015, ISBN: 978-178441-690-4

Chapters in edited books

•           Tsouroufli, M.  Sundaram, V. ‘Young people’s understandings of communities in English schools: Fieldwork findings’:  in Davies, I. et al. (Eds.) ‘‘Creating citizenship communities: education, young people and the role of schools' Palgrave, July 2014

•           Seraj, S. Tsouroufli, M. Branine, M. ‘Gender, mentoring and social capital in the National Health Service in Scotland’ in Tsouroufli (Eds.) ‘Gender, Careers and Inequalities in Medicine and Medical Education: International perspectives’, Emerald, September 2015

Reports

O’ Toole, G. Tsouroufli, M., Fretwell, N. Osgood, J. (2015) Evaluation of the White British Working-Class Achievement pilot, Camden City Council, London, UK

Davies, I., Hampden-Thompson, G., Lord, P. Tsouroufli, M., Sundaram, V., Jeffes, J., Mason, Y., Laycock, H. (2013) Creating Citizenship Communities (10-1102), Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, UK

Jeffes, J., Lord, P., Bramley, G., Davies, I., Hampden-Thompson, G., Tsouroufli, M. and Sundaram, V. (2012) Creating citizenship communities through new approaches to learning survey of school coordinators and leaders on community cohesion and citizenship. Technical Report. University of York, Department of Education

Tsouroufli, M.  Mc Eune, R., Payne, H. (2008) ‘A survey of consultant medical teachers’ perceived training needs resulting from Modernising Medical Careers (MMC) and the European Working Time Directive (EWTD)’. Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine, UK

Tsouroufli, M. et al. (2001) ‘Evaluating user- based research methods used in consultation with young people and parents’ Lincoln Careers Service, UK

Previous professional experience

  • Senior Research Fellow in Education, Institute of Policy Studies in Education, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, London Metropolitan University
  • Lecturer in Medical Education, Centre for Medical Education, University of Dundee
  • Senior Research Fellow in Education, Department of Education,  University of York  
  • Lecturer in Medical Education, Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia
  • Research Fellow, Institute for Society, Health and Ethics, Cardiff University
  • Research Fellow, School of Health and Social Sciences, University of Warwick
  • Research Assistant, Institute of Health, University of Lincoln

Further information

Course Leadership and Management at UoW

  • EdD Professional Doctorate in Education Award Leader, University of Wolverhampton
  • Athena Swan Champion for Education, University of Wolverhampton
  • Educational policy research cluster leader, Faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing, University of Wolverhampton
  • Intersectionality Athena Swan group Founder and Convener, UoW

Teaching and module leadership

EdD Professional Doctorate in Education:  Reflective Development Cohort 7

Masters in Education : Critical Approaches to Diversity, Equality and Social Justice in Education, Masters in Education, Faculty of Education Health and Wellbeing, University of Wolverhampton

Doctoral supervision

Completions: Dr Atef Bakhoom, ‘HIV/AIDS, hepatitis and sexually-transmitted infection prevention among Egyptian substance users’ University of East Anglia, UK, PhD studentship funded by the Ford Foundation, (second supervisor 2008-2010 and then external adviser)

Supervisor for 3 EdD/PhD students at London Metropolitan University

  • Khan, T. ‘Teachers’ negotiating professional and personal identities in policy implementation about forced marriages’, London Metropolitan University, viva examination scheduled for 24th November 2017
  • Gugu Ndimande Nare ‘Gendered identities and practices in the implementation of an HIV/AIDS education programme in an urban school in Zimbabwe’, VC’s Scholarship, London Metropolitan University, viva examination to be scheduled for May 2018
  • Mikuska, E. ‘Gendered narratives of the ‘good’ early years’ practitioner, London Metropolitan University, viva examination to be scheduled for June 2018

Director of Studies for 4 PhD/EdD students:

  • Starr, S. EdD student, ‘Exploring the links between leadership behaviours and continuous improvement models in Compulsory Education, , University of Wolverhampton, viva examination to be scheduled for August 2018
  • Glendenning, F. EdD student ‘Subject switchers: Gender and Identity construction in mathematics education’ University of Wolverhampton, viva to be scheduled for November 2018
  • Walton, A. EdD student, ‘Gendered performativity in a post-1992 University in England, University of Wolverhampton, viva to be scheduled for December 2018
  • Wallis, T. EdD student, ‘Gendered professional identities of trainee teachers on access courses in England’ viva to be scheduled for January 2019
  • Mondokova, A. Athena Swan Funded PhD student: ‘Facilitating career development of women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine (STEMM): Towards increasing understanding, participation progression and retention through an intersectionality perspective’, University of Wolverhampton, 2016-2019
  • Blower, A. Internally funded PhD student, ‘Boys of the Black Country: An investigation in to progression of disadvantaged white males from the Midlands region to UK Higher Education institutions’, University of Wolverhampton, 2016-2019 

External examining PhD

  1. ‘Greek-Pontic Greek students in Greek schools’, School of Education, University of Essex, August 2013, Pass with minor corrections
  2. ‘Public-Private Talent Management in Saudi-Arabia’ Brunel Business School, Brunel University, March 2016, Pass with minor corrections

Funded projects (external and internal)

  • Developing Gender Equality Charter Marks in order to overcome gender stereotyping in education across Europe’ UST/2015/RGEN/AG/ROLE, Action grants to support transnational projects to promote good practices on gender roles and to overcome gender stereotypes in education, training and in the workplace RIGHTS, EQUALITY AND CITIZENSHIP/JUSTICE PROGRAMME (2014-2020), in collaboration with DECSY Sheffield, Oxfam Italy, Universities of Florence, Anthropolis Association, Hungary and Central European University Budapest, Hungary, awarded 14th November 2016, €344,239.59 (active)
  • ‘Boys of the Black Country: An investigation in to progression of disadvantaged white males from the Midlands region to UK Higher Education institutions’, Internally funded doctoral grant, University of Wolverhampton, (active)
  • ‘Facilitating career development of women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine (STEMM): Towards increasing understanding, participation progression and retention through an intersectionality perspective’, Athena Swan Internally funded doctoral grant, University of Wolverhampton, £13,750, (active)
  • ‘Evaluation of outreach networks for widening participation’, in collaboration with the Sheffield Hallam University, Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), UK, November 2014, £108,192 (completed)
  • ‘Gendered identities in health care education’, in collaboration with Cardiff University, Higher Education Academy (HEA) doctoral grants, UK, November 2012, £56,922 (completed)
  • ‘International student identities and inclusion in Higher Education’ Department of Education pump priming research fund, University of York, UK, July 2010, £1,000  (completed)
  • ‘Creating citizenship Communities through new approaches to learning’, In collaboration with the University of York and the National Foundation for Educational Research, Esmee Fairbairn Foundation (EFF), UK, November 2010, £75,259  (completed)
  • ‘Foundation doctors’ perceptions of their preparedness to practice’ Association for Medical Education (ASME) Small Grants Scheme, UK, January 2008, £2,000 (completed)
  • ‘A survey of consultant medical teachers’ perceived training needs resulting from Modernising Medical Careers (MMC) and the European Working Time Directive (EWTD)’. Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine, UK, 2007, £4,300 (completed)
  • ‘Consultant Medical Teachers’ narratives of educational trajectories and professional development’, Cardiff Postgraduate Deanery, UK, 2005-2006, £3,500 (completed)
  • ‘Gender and teacher-student classroom interaction: An ethnographic study in a secondary school in Greece’, PhD State Scholarship Foundation, Greek Ministry of Education, 1996-2000, £31,860 (completed)

Grants under review

  • National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Call: Interventions to prevent interpersonal violence and abuse among children’s and adolescents’ relationships ‘A mixed method evaluation study of effective interventions aimed at preventing Intimate Partner Violence for target groups of young people of different gender, ethnicity, and sexual orientation’, submitted July 2017, (PI), £197,910
  • Horizon 2020 Individual Fellowship: ‘Gender, Ethnic Discrimination and Trauma in Academic Medicine: An intersectionality approach’ in collaboration with Dr Heidi Siller from Innsbruk Medical University, Austria. Re-submission September 2017, (PI) €183,454.80, (2016 Rejected proposal score %79.20)

Grants in preparation: British Academy small grant: ‘Gender based violence (GBV) on Greek and Turkish campuses’ October 2018 (PI) in collaboration with Professor M. Ozbilgin

Invited talks

  • ‘Feminist sisterhood, gender trauma, and therapeutic relationships in doctoral supervision’, School of Educational and Psychological Studies, University of Florence, September 2018
  • ‘Promoting and supporting intersectionality through Athena Swan submissions: The case of the University of Wolverhampton’, Centre for the Study of Women and Gender, ‘Certifying Equality? A critical conversation on Athena SWAN and equality accreditation’ University of Warwick, Coventry, UK, 17th February 2017
  • ‘Reflexivity and feminist autobiographical writing’, Genders Network, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, UK, 5th December 2016
  • Gendered and classed performances of motherhood in the post-feminist era: The experiences of Greek academics’, School of Education in collaboration with the Centre for the Study of Women and Gender, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK, 26th October 2016
  • ‘Gender, respectability and legitimacy in Greek Higher Education’, Brunel Business School, Brunel University, London, UK, 18th March 2016
  • ‘‘Playing it right?’ Legitimate professional femininities in academic medicine in Greece’’, School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University, London, UK, 4th February 2015
  • ‘Hybridity, Identities and Inclusion of International PhD students in English Higher Education’, Unit for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching, University of Kent, UK, 10th March 2015 http://www.kent.ac.uk/cshe/news-events.html
  • ‘Gender Equality in Medicine and Medical Education: Is there really a problem?’ Abertay Business School, University of Abertay, Dundee, Scotland, UK, June 2013
  • ‘Feminist Academic Interrupted’, Invited Talk, Centre for Women’s Studies, University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan, June 2012
  • ‘Understanding the interplay of time, gender and professionalism in UK Hospital Medicine, Invited talk, Making Diversity Interventions Count Conference, Bradford, UK, June, 2012
  • ‘Nostalgia for all hours training and othering in Hospital Medicine in the UK’ Invited talk, European Commission funded Leonardo Partnership Lifelong Learning Project, 'Diversity and Equality Management in Healthcare', Vienna, Austria, 4th December 2009
  • ‘Less than doctors? Part-time work and gendered subjectivities in General Practice and Surgery’, Invited talk, European Commission funded Leonardo Partnership Lifelong Learning Project, 'Diversity and equality management in healthcare', DECERe, Norwich Business School, University of East Anglia, UK, February 2009
  • ‘Gendering Education: Global perspectives’ Department of Philosophy, Pedagogy and Psychology Studies, University of Crete, Greece, Funded by the European programme: ‘Gender in the Social Sciences’ April 2007

‘Gendering Medicine and Medical Education’ Department of Philosophy, Pedagogy and Psychology Studies, Funded by the European programme: ‘Gender in the Social Sciences’, University of Crete, Greece, April 2007

Other areas of significant activity which demonstrate your role and standing within your academic/subject/professional practice community

  • Visiting Fellow, University of Crete, Funded by the European Programme: ‘Gender in the Social Sciences’, April 2007
  • HEA fellow, since 2008