I have lectured extensively in sociology, feminist cultural theory and social science with a focus on gender and power in society. I have also delivered talks on Sylvia Plath, feminist life writing, archival work and intersections between writers and artists.

Part 1 Sociology

What is Sociology Now?

Modern Lives

Techno Lives

Media Lives

Mobile Lives

City Lives

Part 1 Gender and Women’s Studies

Feminism and Art

Part 1 Religion Culture & Society

Religion, Culture & Identity

Understanding Faith and Belief

Part II 2nd year Sociology

2008-2009   Advanced Sociology Seminars for Part I & II undergraduates.

Gender, Sex and Society

Bodies in Society

Part II  2nd year Religion, Culture & Society

Culture, Faith & Identity

Part II 3rd year Sociology

Feminism and Social Change

Television, Society and Morality

Newspaper, Journalism & Society

Part II 3rd year Religion, Culture & Society

Religion, Resistance and Rebellion

Religion in a Global Village

Postgraduate

Gender, Sex and Bodies (MA)

Convenor for Postgraduate Colloquia (PhD)

Open University

Introduction to Social Science

The Uses of Social Science

Investigating the Social World

Guest Lecturing

Utopian Visions and Everyday Culture 3rd year undergraduate module, Blackburn University Centre, co-taught with Dr Craig Hammond

Invited speaker to Plymouth University (2013) for a preview recitation of ‘These Ghostly Archives 5: Reanimating the Past’ with Peter K. Steinberg

Workshop at Falmouth University (2015) ‘Poems Places & Pictures: The Haunting Traces of Sylvia Plath’ with Anthony Cockayne

Conferences & Talks

October 2015 ‘A living doll everywhere you look’: Gender politics in the poems of Plath Woman Up! Tullie House, Carlisle

April 2015 The Story of a Book, Falmouth University with Anthony Cockayne

March 2015 The Story of a Book, Blackburn University Centre with Antony Cockayne

February 2015 The Story of a Book Book launch for Sylvia Plath in Devon: A Year’s Turning, London with Anthony Cockayne

2009 Lancaster Sociology Postgraduate Conference. Paper given ‘The Haunting Double & Sylvia Plath: A Re-visioning of Otto Rank.’

2008 Lancaster Sociology Postgraduate Conference. Paper given ‘The Ghostly Archives and the Reanimation of the Dead.’

2007 75th Year Sylvia Plath Symposium, Oxford University. Paper given ‘The Playfulness of Time.’

2007 Lancaster Sociology Postgraduate Conference. Paper given ‘The Use of Secular Icons in the Construction of Personal Identity.’