Posts Tagged Anglia Ruskin University & South Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust
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Ajay KHANDELWAL (MA, PhD,1995) has worked in a number of health and social care roles over the last twenty years across voluntary and statutory sectors. Ajay joined NESTA in 2011.
Motohiro KAWASIMA (MA PhD 2004) Assistant Professor Education and Research Support Center, Graduate School of Medicine, Gunma University 4-2 Aramaki-machi, Maebashi, Gunma, 371-8510, Japan
Richard KILMINSTER ( PhD ) lectured at Leeds University and became a specialist on the work of Norbert Elias
Dave KING (1977-1986 PhD) became a Senior Lecturer at Liverpool University
Travis KONG (1993-2000 MA, PhD) is Assistant Professor at Hong Kong University and currently editor of the journal Sexualities.
Pauline LANE (1986-89,BA; 91-95 PHD) is Reader in Mental Health at Anglia Ruskin University & South Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust, but about to leave.
Di LEONARD was one of the first to teach a feminist agenda in the department in the early 1970’s. After several years at Essex University, she moved to the Institute of Education where she became a professor in the 1990s. She died in 2011.
Chin Ju-LIN ( 2003, PhD ) is currently Associate Professor in the Graduate Institute of Gender Studies in Kaohsiung Medical University, Taiwan
Ruth LISTER (1964-7) became a poverty campaigner, a social policy Professor at Loughborough University and a Dame in the House of Lords ……
Jose LOPEZ (1994-2000, MA PhD, Fellow) became associate Professor at the University of Ottawa, Canada
Terry LOVELL is now Emeritus Professor Sociology at the University of Warwick, where she taught courses in women’s studies and cultural studies
Trevor LUMIS ( 1981, PhD ) wrote many books based on “oral evidence’; he died in September 2013 ( see: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obituaries/culture-obituaries/books-obituaries/10365001/Trevor-Lummis.html
Dawn LYON (2004-7 Senior Research Officer) is a Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Kent
Dan MAHONEY (1998-2004) is an Associate Professor with the School of Nutrition at Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; and is also a family sociologist with an interest in the social, cultural and health-related aspects of interpersonal relationships. Dan teaches and conducts research in the areas of health, research methods, sexuality, and family studies. His methodological interests in family-based research include interpretive ethnography, self-reflexive storytelling, and thematic and narrative analysis.
Jane MARCEAU (lecturer 1967-70) Professor Jane Marceau was formerly Pro-Vice Chancellor (Research), University of Western Sydney
John MARSHALL (1976-82) became editor of Gay Times for ten years. After this, he left academic and gay politics to become a librarian.
Gordon MARSHALL (1978- 1990) became Chief Executive of the ESRC, Vice Chancellor of Reading University(2003-11), Director of the Leverhulme Foundation and awarded FBA and CBE.
Susan MASON (1978-2001, MA, Ph ) is now retired and lives in Ipswich.
Hannah MASON-BISH ( 2009, PhD ) is Lecturer in Sociology and Criminology at the University of Sussex
Ken MENZIES (1973, PhD) Professor of Sociology, University of Guelph, Canada.
Gareth MILLINGTON (2006, PhD ) is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Roehampton, London
Gad MIMRAN (2005-8, BA) runs an international volunteer placement organisation called Plan My Gap Year.
Siyndu MOHANATHAS (2009-12) a business support officer with NSPCC ChildLine
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