Research at Leeds Beckett
Dr Scarlett Drury
About Dr Scarlett Drury
Scarlett Drury is a Senior Lecturer in Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy. She joined the university as a PhD student in 2007, after previously studying at Sheffield Hallam University, where she gained a BSc (Hons) in Physical Education and Youth Sport (first class), and an MA in Sport in Popular Culture (distinction).
Scarlett teaches on a range of modules at undergraduate and postgraduate level, particularly those related to diversity, equity and inclusion in sport, physical activity and Physical Education. She is Level 5 leader for the BA (Hons) Physical Education course.
- Level 4 Sociology of PE
- Level 4 PPD
- Level 5 Research Methods in Sport, Physical Activity and Health
- Level 5 Teaching and Learning in Physical Education
- Level 6 Contemporary Issues in Physical Education
- Level 6 PE Policy and Practice
- Level 6 Dissertation supervision
Research InterestsScarlett's main research interests centre around gender, sex and sexuality in sport and physical activity. Her PhD thesis focused on homophobia and heteronormativity in football and explored the experiences of players who compete in gay identified teams. More recently, her work has begun to focus on transgender issues in sport.
Journal articles (1)
- Watson R; Tucker L; Drury S (2013), Can we make a difference? Examining the transformative potential of sport and active recreation
- Drury S; Stride A; Flintoff A; Williams S (2017) Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender young people's experiences of PE and the implications for youth sport participation and engagement.. In: Drury S; Stride A; Flintoff A; Williams S Social Justice in Sport and Leisure. London: Routledge, pp. .
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- Drury SD (2014) Gay sports spaces: transgressing hetero(/homo)normativity and transforming sport?. In: Drury SD Routledge Handbook of Sport, Gender and Sexuality. : Routledge, pp. .
Conference contributions (1)
- Fitzgerald HF; Drury S (2014) Revisiting Sporting Females: 'transforming sports for the disabled' Leeds Beckett University. . : .