Tag Archives: Impact
May 2017 – Mirror-Mirror.org This piece draws on my analysis on published stories of disordered eating and aims to highlight the difficulties that men go through, whilst demonstrating the richness of the written word when used as data in sociological research.
10/07/15 – Brighthelm Centre, Brighton. Recording talking head video regarding sociology of eating disorders. http://sk.sagepub.com/video/male-anorexia I contributed to SAGE video teaching materials for their online content, being filmed talking about male eating disorders and society.
19/04/16 @ 13:00 – lecture as part of the Bradford Diversity Festival, C7, Richmond Building Synopsis: this session explores society’s abiding desire for binary genders, the changing nature of 21st century masculinities and the concept of misandry in everyday life. … Continue reading
2009 – My research featured in the institutional publication: http://www.bradford.ac.uk/news-and-views/editions/. NEWS & VIEWS 1 NEWS & VIEWS 2
23/07/2015 – Contributed to high level meeting with the QA auditors about the changing nature of provision for PhD students and their facilities. See email 17/07/2015 and positive feedback received.
2007-2009 – Centre Member To: Russell Delderfield Subject: CCCMH When: 07 June 2007 10:30-14:00. Where: Carlisle Business Centre Centre for Citizenship & Community Mental Health (CCCMH) open meeting The Centre for Citizenship & Community Mental Health (CCCMH) is planning for … Continue reading