Emma Wilson-Lemoine

Emma Wilson-Lemoine

Thesis Title: Exploring associations between bullying victimisation and self-harm among adolescents, and the role of sex and coping. An accelerated cohort study of South London adolescents, using data from the REACH study Abstract:Self-harm, defined as ‘self-inflicted...
Amarachi Iheke

Amarachi Iheke

Thesis Title: Stimela, Beyond Metaphor: Activating radical reconciliatory imaginaries in Azanian (South African) sonic and poetic resistance practices Abstract: This paper addresses the centrality of aesthetic liberatory practices through sonic and poetic productions,...
Joshua Walmsley

Joshua Walmsley

Thesis title: Contesting the preventive state? Toward the socio-genesis of counter-radicalisation expertise Abstract: How did some social workers and civil servants in parts of northern Europe gain recognition as experts in investigating and reversing the trajectories...
Bryher Bowness

Bryher Bowness

Thesis title: Involving informal carers in research: exploring the experiences of family/ friends of individuals with mental health problems and creating change through the Recovery College Abstract: Background Recovery Colleges are part of a global innovation to...
Julia Pointon-Haas

Julia Pointon-Haas

Thesis title: University Peer Support for Student Mental Health and Wellbeing Abstract: Student mental health and wellbeing are areas of concern in higher education. Universities report a 94% increase in demand for counselling services (Thorley, 2017) and are...
Anna-Theresa Jieman

Anna-Theresa Jieman

Thesis title: Black Women’s Identity and Depression (BWID) Study Abstract: About the project Drawing on the framework of intersectionality in general and the Strong Black woman schema, this project investigates how and why gender and race might work together to...
Orit Kopel

Orit Kopel

Thesis title: In the Face of Ethics: Police Use of Live Facial Recognition Technology Abstract: Live Facial Recognition (LFR) is an Artificial Intelligence technology based on mapping the faces of individuals in crowds by using real-time video imagery and extracting...
Sophie Whitehead

Sophie Whitehead

Thesis title: Everyone’s Invited: examining the conditions and possibilities of the online platform against rape culture Abstract: This project uses a critical feminist lens to understand the conditions in which the Everyone’s Invited platform against rape...
Naomi Smart

Naomi Smart

Thesis title: Communication, Embodiment, and Learning in Voluntary Communities of Practice Abstract: This project will examine, through ethnographic observation, how individuals become ‘legitimate’ members of voluntary Communities of Practice. Taking as its focus arts...
Liam Arnull

Liam Arnull

Thesis title: Treating Queerness: The Politics and Policy of Conversion ‘Therapy’ in the UK since 1861 Abstract: Little research has been undertaken over queer conversion ‘therapy’ policy in the UK and this research aims to fill this gap. Conversion efforts (physical,...
Katrin Hoffmann

Katrin Hoffmann

Thesis title: Resilience on the individual and community level in the face of adversity – an ethnographic approach to shed light on current controversies around PTSD and culture Abstract: There is a controversy around PTSD across cultures (e.g. Gilmoor et al., 2019)....
Natasha Chilman

Natasha Chilman

Thesis title: A mixed-methods study of mental and physical health inequalities in people who have experienced social exclusion Abstract: ‘Social exclusion’ describes the process whereby certain groups are excluded frommainstream society. People who have experienced...