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Dr Scott Revers

Research Fellow

Room 0.51, New Education and Graduate Studies Building, Westwood Campus
Dr Scott Revers is a Research Fellow. His interests draw both from his background in philosophy, particularly with reference to an exploration of the question of freedom in existential philosophy in its ontological and political dimensions, and more recently, inspired by Friere, the social realm of human experience, something he has engaged with through qualitative social research.

His concern with social research is particularly interested in issues concerning power, structure and agency, intersubjectivity, social alienation, and the consideration of these in the context of issues such as education and equality. More broadly he is interested in ideological formation, particularly with respect to collective social movements and liberal subjectivity.

Having recently worked on EMPLOY, a European Erasmus+ project concerned with enhancing the employability of non-traditional students in Higher Education, he is now working on WEXHE, a project concerned with integrating work-based learning in the form of entrepreneurship and work experience into higher education.