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Research Case studies

Gender, Higher Education, Space and Time

This research explores how students and staff carve out space and time for higher education. Academic action is considered in relation to the interconnected spheres of paid work, home, leisure and community.

The research draws on the sociologies of space and time and reflects on the changing landscape of higher education, gender and work. The work is linked to both external and internal research networks including, Gender and Education, the Women in Higher Education Network, the Leeds Beckett Gender Network.

Key Outputs:

  • Moss, D. and Pryke, J. (2007) Creating space and time for feminist approaches in higher education. Women’s Studies International Forum, 30, 5 367 – 379.
  • Moss, D. (2006). Gender, Space and Time: Women and Higher Education. Lexington Books, Rowman and Littlefield: Lanham MD, U.S. ISBN 9780739114513.
  • Moss, D. (2004) Creating space for learning: Conceptualising women and higher education through space and time. Gender and Education 6, 3, 283-302. Education RCI.
  • Wahidin, A. and Moss, D. (joint authored, 2004) Women: Doing time and making time - reclaiming time. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 24, 6, 76-111.

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