- PhD on 'Gendered experiences of asylum seekers: An exploration into the ways gender is (re)constructed and embodied through the lived experience of those in the UK asylum process'
BA (Hons) Geography
Classification 1st class Hons
- Focuses of my degree included: Social Construction particularly concentrating around health, a post colonialist look at mapping and a Marxist geographical understanding of economic process and the environment. Developed my understanding of what geography is and the interaction of space, place and the body.
- Personal study included in essays, projects and my dissertation caused me to focus on: the nature and constitution of borders and citizenship, the geography of the body; its spatial relations and performance, feminist methodology and my positionality within my work.
- I also studied abroad for the first semester of my second year at College Park, Maryland, USA
Co-Education 6th form
A Levels: Geography (A), Art (A), Religious Studies (B),
AS Levels: Critical Thinking (C) Physics (D)
1999-2004 Archbishops School, Kent
GCSEs: 11 (4A*, 3A, 2B, 2C) including Maths, Science and English