Internationalisation Officer (Australasia),
Gender and Education Association Executive
Emily hails from Walsall, UK and is a lecturer in Education Studies at RMIT’s School of Education.
Her interests within both research and teaching are interdisciplinary and include sociology, cultural studies and education. She is particularly interested in questions of gender and sexuality and with how understandings these identity categories are lived by individuals and experienced within social institutions. Her key research interests therefore lie with questions related to gender, social justice, student and teacher identity work within educational policy and practice and with wider social justice issues within educational discourse and practice. She is also concerned with popular culture, public pedagogies and audience studies, particularly with online ’fandom’ and with media and popular culture as pedagogical tools.