Dr Gabriel developed the Ivory Tower Project on race and gendered experiences in academia leading two research teams on the edited volumes: ‘Inside the Ivory Tower’ (2017) and ‘Transforming the Ivory Tower’ (2020). LEARN MORE
Completed Doctoral Students
Kimberley McFarland (EdD) 2017-2021 (Passed June 21): ‘Experiential E-learning for Engagement, Belonging and Social Change: A Study on the Use of Social Justice Pedagogy in Entrepreneurial Business Literacy for High School Students in Mexico’.
Current Doctoral Students
Melodie Holliday (PhD) 2021-date. ‘Black Anarchy and Resistance in Music and Performance: Contextualising British Punk Through the Lens of Race and Gender’.
Ganiyat Oluwabukola Tijani-Adele PhD Viva ‘Women in Nigerian News Media: Status, Experiences, Structures’, De Montfort University, Jan 2019
Rupert Cope. MRes Examination ‘Watching the Wind Blow By: A Theoretical Framework for Improving Energy Justice in the UK’, Bournemouth University, March 2019
Kimberley McFarland. Transfer viva (MRes to EdD). ‘Experiential E-learning for Engagement, Belonging and Social Change: A Study on the Use of Social Justice Pedagogy in Entrepreneurial Business Literacy for High School Students in Mexico’, Bournemouth University, Sep 2017.
Peer Review & Editorials
Guest Editor, Gender and Education (2021)
Peer Reviewer, Bloomsbury Publishing (2020-date)
Peer Reviewer, Sage Publications (2020-date)
Peer Reviewer, Journal of Decolonising Disciplines (2019-date)
Peer Reviewer, Critical Studies in Television (2018-date)
Editorial Board, Int’l Journal of Crisis Communication (2017-18)
Editorial Board, Int’l Race & Education Book Series, Michigan State University Press (2016-2020)
Peer Reviewer Routledge (2014-date)
Winner of the James Thomas Memorial Prize for Best Postgraduate Paper at the Political Studies Association Media & Politics Group Annual Conference (2013)