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
Fitzgerald H; Drury S; Stride A (2017) ‘Representations of the sporting female: Queering Paralympic Barbie’. In: Mansfield L; Caudwell J; Wheaton B; Watson B ed. Palgrave Handbook of Feminism in Sport, Leisure and PE. London: Palgrave,
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: Fletcher T; Long JA; Watson R ed. Social Justice in Sport and Leisure. London: Routledge,
Drury SD (2014) Gay sports spaces: transgressing hetero(/homo)normativity and transforming sport?. In: Hargreaves J; Anderson E ed. Routledge Handbook of Sport, Gender and Sexuality. Routledge,
Fitzgerald HF; Drury S (2014) Revisiting Sporting Females: ‘transforming sports for the disabled’. In: Sporting Females: Past, Present and Future, Leeds Beckett University..
Fitzgerald H; Stride A; Drury S (2020) COVID-19, lockdown and (disability) sport. Managing Sport and Leisure
Stride A; Flintoff A; Fitzgerald H; Drury S; Brazier R (2018) Gender, Physical Education and Active Lifestyles: New Directions and Challenges - Introduction to Special Issue. Sport, Education and Society, 23 (7), pp. 633-637.
Stride A; Drury S; Fitzgerald H (2018) ‘Last goal wins’: re/engaging women of a ‘forgotten’ age through football?. Sport, Education and Society, 24 (7), pp. 770-783.
Watson R; Tucker L; Drury S (2013) Can we make a difference? Examining the transformative potential of sport and active recreation. Sport in Society: Cultures, Commerce, Media, Politics, 16 (10),