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Teaching

Current undergraduate teaching

Foundation course: Social Welfare in Britain (SO 110, Term 1). The first term of this course focuses on the growth of state welfare in Britain since the early nineteenth century.

Honours course: Creating Social Europe? (SO328, Term 1&2). This course introduces students to developments in social policy in major EU economies during the twentieth century and discusses viability of creating social welfare rights to cover all EU citizens.


Current postgraduate teaching

I contribute to the MA in Social Research module on Qualitative Methods (documentary sources and government archives).

I also contribute the MA Social Research with specialism in Social Policy module Restructuring Welfare States: European Perspective (Term 2).


Current supervision of doctoral students

Steven Gascoigne: The Swedish State Response to the Contraction of the Gothenburg Shipyards.

Milena Kremakova: Learning to sell your labour: Bulgarian seafarers and post-socialist marketisation of work (provisional title).