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With over a decade of experience as a psychotherapist in both public and private health settings, Claire came to counselling from a background in managing helplines and other services within the third sector. Claire holds an MSc in Therapeutic Counselling from the...

Dianne lectures across the Childhood Routes degree. In 2014, Dianne graduated from University Campus Suffolk with a BA (Hons) in Early Childhood and Youth Studies, receiving the Best Dissertation of the Year Award. In 2015, she received her MA in Childhood and Youth Studies from Uni...

Dr Isabella Calder is currently leading on the MSc LaCE (Leadership and Custodial Environments) programme. After obtaining her PhD from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), Isabella went on to become a Research Associate at the University of Cambridge (CCHPR) ...

Overview Katrina Burrows (MSc, BSc) is a graduate member of the British Psychological Society and is currently the Psychology Technician at the University of Suffolk, having joined the team in October 2019. Her duties involve maintaining the psychology laboratories and the psycholog...

Dr John Callow graduated from Lancaster University with First Class Honours in History in 1993. He achieved an MA with Distinction from Durham in 1994, the Queens Award for Best Qualified Postgraduate from Lancaster University 1994-95, and his PhD in History from Lancaster Universit...

Eamonn Carrabine is a Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Essex and a Visiting Professor at the University of Suffolk in the School of Social Sciences and Humanities. ...

Dr Louise Carter is a social and cultural historian of Britain with broad teaching and research interests ranging from the early modern period through to the present. At the heart of these diverse interests ranging from the witch-hunt, to the role of gender in Georgian society...

Damien Cassan is a senior lecturer in police studies at the University of Suffolk. He is course leader for the Msc Crime and community safety and is involved with the short course in Evidence Based Policing which is delivered to Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies and will be soon ex...

Dr Antonella Castelvedere is Senior Lecturer in English Literature and Course Leader of the BA (Hons) English Literature with Creative Writing and the BA (Hons) English Literature with Language. With an international outlook, she has a long experience in enhancing student exper...

Teresa Sofia Castro is a post-doctoral researcher at Universidade Nova de Lisboa (ICNOVA) developing a longitudinal study with families (in Portugal and England) with 0-8 year old children about the role of digital screens in everyday life context, with the supervision of Cristina P...

Rob has worked in a variety of education settings since 1994, and has a wide range of experience in education leadership. His PhD was for research into public policy implementation trajectory; the study contributes to a wider understanding of complex policy implementation through th...

Christopher’s first book, Queering Memory and National Identity in Transcultural U.S. Literature and Culture, examined how key events in the twenty-first century United States travel, and are memorialized, across cultures through their representations in literature and visual cu...

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