I joined Aston University as a Teaching Fellow in 2010. Most of my teaching takes place in the Languages and Translation Studies section, where I lead and teach modules on Business and Economy (IBML modules), and on language skills. I also lead and teach a modules that is sociologically-focused (LU3001), and which reflects my research interests. My PhD, entitled Representing Religions in Schools: Locating the Self and the ‘Other’ explores the construction of religion and the representation of religious communities in primary education. I am the convenor for Socrel (BSA Sociology of Religion Study Group).
LF1041 International Business Environment (France)
LF2100/2102 French Language Skills
LU3001 Representations of Minorities
Storytelling – An effective way to ‘communicate’ religion?, Socrel Annual Conference (BSA), Cardiff University, 08.07.2019
Understanding the place of Christianity in Primary Education, Faith in Research CofE annual conference, Birmingham, 19.06.2019
Constructing Borders and Boundaries in Religious Education Syllabi: A case against the World Religions Paradigm, BASR-ISASR Annual Conference, Queen’s University Belfast, 05.09.2018
Exploring Childhood Paradigms: How to conduct ethical research in RE?, Socrel Annual Conference (BSA), University of Strathclyde, 12.07.2018
Religion(s) in Primary Education: Reproducing Essentialist Discourses?, BSA Annual Conference, Northumbria University, 12.04.2018
Theology and Religious Studies, UK (TRS-UK)
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