Teaching

Current teaching at the University of Glasgow

  1. I teach Level 2B course Inequalities and Identities.
  2. At Honours level, I convene and teach the Diaspora: The Experience of Displacement, Difference and Migration.
  3. At Masters level, I convene and teach Class and Stratification.
  4. I am the Sociology Postgraduate Convenor for Taught Programmes, responsible for:
  • MSc Sociology
  • MRes Sociology and Research Methods
  • MSc Equality and Human Rights
  • MRes Equality and Human Rights

Previous Teaching at the University of Glasgow

  1. Level 2B course Inequalities and Identities.
  2. At Honours level, Sociology of Gender Relations.
  3. At Honours level, General Paper.
  4. Masters' level, Class and Stratification.
  5. Convened the University of Glasgow Sociology Seminar Series.

Previous Teaching at UK Universities

  1. Migration and Citizenship (Middlesex University, 3rd year module)
  2. Sociological Imagination and Investigation (University of Warwick, 1st year module)
  3. Gender Analysis and Development Practice (University of Warwick, MA module)
  4. International Perspectives on Gender (University of Warwick, 1st year module)
  5. Gender, Class and Empire (University of Warwick, 1st year module)
  6. Africa: Postcolonial Perspectives (University College London, 3rd year module)
  7. Geography of Global Poverty and Development (University College London, 2nd year module)

 

PhD Supervision

Current:

Sylwia Sajid: UK Poles and interethnic relationships: attitudes and experiences, University of Glasgow.

Stephen Trotter: Leavening Society - Religious institutions' role in integrating migrants in Norway, University of Glasgow.

William Suk: Transnationalism, kinship and activism among the Zimbabwean diaspora in South Africa and the United Kingdom, external supervisor, registered with Syracuse University, the US.

Completion:

Helen Shipman: Conceptualizing child sexual abuse: voices from an informal settlement in Nairobi, successfully defended December 2016, University of Huddersfield.

Gloria Seruwagi: Examining the agency and construction of 'Orphans and Vulnerable Children' in rural Uganda, successfully defended January 2013, University of Huddersfield.