Dr Jacqueline Gibbs joined the Department of Criminology and Sociology as a lecturer in Sociology in 2019. Her background is in the interdisciplinary social sciences and humanities – including Sociology, Gender studies, Media studies, Cultural Studies and Politics.
BA (hons) in Sociology and Politics from the Australian National University
MA in Gender, Media and Culture from Goldsmiths, University of London
PhD in Gender from the Department of Gender Studies at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
Fellow with the Higher Education Academy
Room: WG23 (Ground Floor, Williams Building)
Tuesday: 13:00- 15:00
Wednesday: 11:00- 13:00 Please email to book a time outside office hours.
Learning & Teaching Interests
Jacqueline is a Fellow with the Higher Education Academy, and has taught both undergraduate and Masters courses in Gender Studies, Sociology and Social Sciences.
Taught Modules 2019-2020
SOC1410: Thinking Sociologically
SOC1420: Skills and Methods
SOC3703: Social Movements, Conflict and Change
SOC2500: Approaches to Research in the Social Sciences (seminar leader)
Research Outputs & Interests
Jacqueline's work currently focuses on feminist theoretical engagements with the concept of vulnerability in relation to gender, disability, health, violence, citizenship and the welfare state. Her research interests include gender, queer, cultural and critical disability studies. Jacqueline is also interested in critical feminist pedagogies and inclusion discourses in UK Higher Education.