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Laura Louise Nicklin, Dr

Lecturer at University of Wolverhampton

Dr Laura Nicklin completed her PhD February 2020, investigating Shakespeare Prison education projects. Laura has spent the last few years as a Lecturer and Research Fellow at the University of Wolverhampton, after previously working in the Department of Education at the University of York. Her research was conducted in the US prison context where she engaged alongside juvenile and adult male prisoners in several states using multi-sited ethnographically informed research methods. Prior to her recent research in Cyberpsychology and Education, she gained her BA in Language and Literature in Education from the Department of Education at the University of York in 2012, and achieved her MA in Shakespeare in Education from The Shakespeare Institute, at the University of Birmingham in 2013. Her research interests are arts-based educational research, education and social justice, criminal rehabilitation, Cyberpsychology, Global youth work and unconventional educational initiatives.

Laura Louise Nicklin's contributions

Arts Based Educational Research SIG Annual Meeting

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Past event23 Jul 2021

Arts Education Research Re-drawn

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Past event23 Oct 2020