Dr. Carol Taylor, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom

Dr. Carol Taylor, Sheffield Institute of Education, Sheffield Hallam University, UK








Curriculum Vitae

1984 BA (Hons) English, University of Leeds
1994 Certificate in Education (Further Education), Manchester Metropolitan University
1989 – 2004 Lecturer in several further education colleges, a sixth form college, and with the Open University
2001 MA in Popular Culture, the Open University
2002 MA in Film and Television, University of Westminster
2005 MSc in Social Research Methods, University of Sussex
2009 Doctor of Philosophy, University of Sussex
2008 – 2012 Senior Lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University
Since 2012 Reader, Sheffield Hallam University


Research interests:

Student engagement and ethics, educational space, materialities, collaborative curriculum design, feminist, narrative and visual research methodologies





Publications (selection):

Taylor, C. A. (2014) ‘Telling transitions: Space, materiality and ethical practices in a collaborative writing workshop’, Cultural Studies=Critical Methodologies, invited paper for special issue on collaborative writing. Vol. 14, Issue 4, pp. 396 – 406. ISSN: 1532-7086.

Taylor, C. A. (2013) ‘Objects, bodies and space: gender and embodied practices of mattering in the classroom’, Gender and Education, Vol. 25, issue 6, pp. 688 – 703. ISSN: 0954-0253.

Taylor, C. A. (2012) ‘Student Engagement, Practice Architectures and Phronesis-Praxis in The Student Transitions and Experiences Project’, Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 109 – 125.

Taylor, C. A. (2011a) ‘Hope in Failure’: A Level Students, Discursive Agency, Post-feminism and Feminism, Gender and Education, Vol. 23, No. 7, pp. 825 – 841. ISSN: 0954-0253.

Taylor, C. A. (2011b) ‘More than Meets the Eye: the Use of Videonarratives to facilitate Doctoral Students’ Reflexivity on their Doctoral Journeys, Studies in Higher Education, Vol. 36, No. 4, pp. 441 – 458. ISSN: 0307-5079.


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