Carli Ria Rowell is a Lecturer in Sociology at Sussex University. Carli is a sociologist, feminist and ethnographer and much of her work grapples with issues pertaining to contemporary social, spatial and geopolitical (im)mobilities particularly in relation to educational (in)equalities on a global, national and local level. She overseas the FSA student essay competition. Her ESRC PhD was entitled “Pleasure, Pains and Possibilities: An Ethnography of Working-Class Students at an Elite University”, she was examined in November 2018 by Dr Maria do Mar and Professor Diane Reay and graduated in summer 2019. Carli was recently awarded the SRHE Newer Researcher Award for the project “No words, just two letters ‘Dr’”: Working-class early career researcher’s reflections on the transition to and through a social-sciences PhD and into academia. She tweets at: @carliriarowell
"Feminist Comforts and Considerations amidst a Global Pandemic: New Writings in Feminist and Women’s Studies—Winning and Short-listed Entries from the 2019 Feminist Studies Association’s (FSA) Annual Student Essay Competition,"
Journal of International Women's Studies: Vol. 21:
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Since May 11, 2020