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Allison Gardner

Computing and Mathematics

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Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/study/foundationyears/people/allisongardner/

Specialist Areas: AI, ethics of AI, prediction of disease, Alzheimer’s disease, health informatics, AI tools to aid the elderly, machine learning, encouraging girls to study and work in computing and AI. Allison is a former primary school IT teacher. Registered with Women in AI and work on AI-related policy and conferences with the Fabian Society.

Dr Emma Head

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Research Institute: Social Sciences

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/sspp/people/staff/emmahead/

Specialist Areas: Family studies; motherhood and lone motherhood; paid work, unpaid work and care; research methods and ethics.

Professor Lydia Martens

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Research Institute: Social Sciences

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/sspp/people/staff/lydiamartens/

Specialist Areas: Consumption (broadly defined to include public and private practices); consumer culture in late modernity; domestic life and domestic relations; feminism, gender and consumption, commercialisation around hygiene and cleanliness; children and adults in consumer culture; everyday domestic knowledge and practices; the consumption and production of food; certainty and uncertainty in consumption and consumer culture; qualitative research, visual data and innovation in research practice.

Professor Miriam Bernard

Social, Political and Global Studies

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Research Institute: School of Social, Political and Global Studies

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/sspp/people/staff/miriambernard/

Specialist Areas: New and healthy lifestyles in old age; women\\\\\\\'s lives as they age; intergenerational relationships; environmental gerontology/retirement communities; ageing, creativity and the arts.

Dr Mary Corcoran

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Research Institute: School of Social, Political and Global Studies

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/sspp/people/staff/marycorcoran/

Specialist Areas: Political imprisonment and release; women and imprisonment; volunteering and voluntary sector in criminal justice; privatisation in criminal justice.

Dr Monica Mookherjee

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Research Institute: Politics, Philosophy, International Relations and Environment

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/spire/staff/mookherjee/

Specialist Areas: European feminist philosophy, multicultural political theory, ethics and political philosophy, multiculturalism, human rights, globalisation.

Professor Alex Sharpe

Law

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Research Institute: Social Sciences

Homepage: http://www.keele.ac.uk/law/staff/academicstaff/alexsharpe/

Specialist Areas: Gender, sexuality and the law (with a particular focus on transgender and the law); legal history; social and legal theory.

Dr Kristen Brill

Humanities (History)

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Research Institute: School of Humanities

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/history/people/kristenbrill/

Specialist Areas: American history, social and cultural history of the nineteenth-century American South, gender, race and women.

Professor Susan Bruce

Humanities (English)

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Research Institute: School of Humanities

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/english/people/susanbruce/

Specialist Areas: English Literature, Literature, Television (medical drama), Feminism, Women, Gender, Utopias, Dystopias.

Dr Rebecca Bowler

Humanities (English)

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Research Institute: School of Humanities

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/english/people/rebeccabowler/

Specialist Areas: Twentieth century British fiction, modernism, modernist aesthetics, textual editing, women writers, Literary Impressionism, twentieth century food, food in literature, Dorothy Richardson, May Sinclair, Ford Madox Ford, H.D.

Dr Rachel Adcock

Humanities (English)

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Research Institute: Humanities and Social Sciences

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/english/people/racheladcock/

Specialist Areas: Seventeenth-century literature, women\\\\\\\'s writing, dissent and activism, religion, English Revolution, memory, John Bunyan, Aphra Behn, textual editing.