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Kathryn Spicksley, Dr

Research Fellow at University of Wolverhampton

Dr Kathryn Spicksley is interested in discourse and identity, and uses innovative research methods to explore how teachers talk about their lives and worlds. She is particularly interested in mobile methodologies as an interview technique and in forms of discourse analysis, including corpus-assisted discourse analysis and conversation analysis.

Kathryn completed her PhD, New faces and changing places: Discourse, identity and early career teachers in multi-academy trusts at the University of Worcester in 2020. Her postdoctoral work, based in the Institute for Community Research and Development at the University of Wolverhampton, will focus on the impact of Covid-19 on the wellbeing and resilience of frontline workers.

Kathryn Spicksley's contributions

BERA Doctoral Thesis Award

Closes 9 Jan 2023

Every year BERA recognises academic excellence and rigour in research by a Doctoral student. This underscores BERA’s commitment to developing capacity, advancing quality and...

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2022 Doctoral Thesis Award Winner

Every year BERA recognises academic excellence and rigour in research by a Doctoral student. This underscores BERA’s commitment to developing capacity, advancing quality and methodological...

Doctoral

News10 Jun 2022

Walk and Talk at a distance

This event is now fully booked, to be added on to the waiting list please email events@bera.ac.uk #BERAWalkandTalk Walking and talking are healthful, creative and positive aspects of social...

Past event2 Oct 2020