School of Humanities and Education Studies


TypeSchool
FacultyFaculty of Arts, Humanities and Education
Head of Academic SchoolDr Stefania Ciocia
Programme DirectorDr Ruth Rogers

Latest research outputs

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Prospections géophysiques à l’oppidum d’Entremont
Buster, L. Prospections géophysiques à l’oppidum d’Entremont. in: Arcelin, P. and Congès, G. (ed.) Entremont

Book chapter

A life ‘in and with nature?’ Developing nature engaging and nature enhancing pedagogies for babies and toddlers
Josephidou, J. and Kemp, N. 2022. A life ‘in and with nature?’ Developing nature engaging and nature enhancing pedagogies for babies and toddlers . Global Education Review.

Journal article

Fonmon Castle Landscape Project: Geophysical survey on land west of Fonmon Castle
Seaman, A. 2022. Fonmon Castle Landscape Project: Geophysical survey on land west of Fonmon Castle. Archaeology in Wales. 61.

Journal article

Faith in the nexus
Casson, A., Hulbert, S., Woolley, M. and Bowie, R. A. 2022. Faith in the nexus. National Institute for Christian Education Research (NICER).

Online educational resource

Down from London: Seaside Reading in the Railway Age
Oulton, C. 2022. Down from London: Seaside Reading in the Railway Age. Liverpool University Press.

Book

Deceptively difficult education: a case for a lifetime of impact
Bainbridge, A. Deceptively difficult education: a case for a lifetime of impact. in:

Book chapter

Sapere Aude - enlightenment values and academic cancel culture
Beighton, C. Sapere Aude - enlightenment values and academic cancel culture.

Conference or workshop item

Exploring faith in the nexus
Casson, A., Hulbert, S., Pittaway, A., Woolley, M. and Bowie, R. A. 2021. Exploring faith in the nexus .

Digital or visual media

Why so surprised? A very brief history of sexual harassment in schools
Beighton, C. Why so surprised? A very brief history of sexual harassment in schools .

Other

A Chilling Debate? Cultivating free speech on campus
Beighton, C. A Chilling Debate? Cultivating free speech on campus .

Other

Iron Age mnemonics: A biographical approach to dwelling in later prehistoric Britain
Buster, L. Iron Age mnemonics: A biographical approach to dwelling in later prehistoric Britain. Cambridge Archaeological Journal. 31 (4), pp. 661-674. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0959774321000263

Journal article

Plan for dissertation on the additional use of sensory elements within traditional Anglican worship
Musker, S. 2021. Plan for dissertation on the additional use of sensory elements within traditional Anglican worship.

Composition

Le projet COMMIOS. Un nouveau regard sue les populations de l’Age du Fer en Europe
Fischer, C-E., Bleasdale, M., Buster, L., Primeau, C., Booth, T., Reich, D. and Armit, I. 2021. Le projet COMMIOS. Un nouveau regard sue les populations de l’Age du Fer en Europe. Bulletin de l’Association française pour l’étude de l’âge du Fer. 39, pp. 69-70.

Journal article

'I'm learning nature now with them': what can a holistic perspective contribute to our understanding of the influential relations between young children, adults and a natural environment?
Watts, T. 2021. 'I'm learning nature now with them': what can a holistic perspective contribute to our understanding of the influential relations between young children, adults and a natural environment? PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University School of Humanities and Education Studies

PhD Thesis

Talking about teaching: unmasking ‘pedactivist’ pedagogy in university-based English early childhood initial teacher educators’ narratives
Vincent, K. 2021. Talking about teaching: unmasking ‘pedactivist’ pedagogy in university-based English early childhood initial teacher educators’ narratives. PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University School of Humanities and Education Studies

PhD Thesis

'Problematic stuff': death, memory and the reinterpretation of cached objects
Buster, L. 2021. 'Problematic stuff': death, memory and the reinterpretation of cached objects. Antiquity. 95 (382), pp. 973-985. https://doi.org/10.15184/aqy.2021.81

Journal article

Materialising memories: Inheritance, performance and practice at Broxmouth hillfort, south-east Scotland
Buster, L. and Armit, I. 2021. Materialising memories: Inheritance, performance and practice at Broxmouth hillfort, south-east Scotland. in: Stoddart, S., Aines, E. D. and Malone, C. (ed.) Gardening time: Reflections on memory, monuments and history in Scotland and Sardinia Cambridge McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research. pp. 27-36

Book chapter

Radiocarbon dating redefines the timing and circumstances of the chicken’s introduction to Europe and northwest Africa
Best, J., Doherty, S., Armit, I., Boev, Z., Buster, L., Cunliffe, B., Foster, A., Frimet, B., Hamilton-Dyer, S., Higham, T., Lebrasseur, O., Mepham, L., Miller, H., Peters, J., Seigle, M., Skelton, C., Symmons, R., Thomas, R., Trentacoste, A., Maltby, M., Larson, G. and Sykes, N. 2021. Radiocarbon dating redefines the timing and circumstances of the chicken’s introduction to Europe and northwest Africa. Antiquity.

Journal article

Letting it all spill out: the benefits of venting for creative writing teachers and students
Riley, P., Gilbert, F and Daly, G. 2021. Letting it all spill out: the benefits of venting for creative writing teachers and students. Writing in Education. (84), pp. 42-48.

Journal article

Large-scale migration into Britain during the Middle to Late Bronze Age
Patterson, N., Isakov, M., Buster, L., Booth, T., Fischer, C-E., Reich, D. and others 2021. Large-scale migration into Britain during the Middle to Late Bronze Age. Nature. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-021-04287-4

Journal article

A high-resolution picture of kinship practices in an Early Neolithic tomb
Fowler, C., Olalde, I., Cummings, V., Armit, I., Buster, L., Cuthbert, S., Rohland, N., Cheronet, O., Pinhasi, R. and Reich, D 2021. A high-resolution picture of kinship practices in an Early Neolithic tomb. Nature. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-021-04241-4

Journal article

The self-efficacy and confidence of Initial Teacher Education (ITE) students in understanding the learning needs of children with autism: Findings from a focus group discussion
Webb, P. 2021. The self-efficacy and confidence of Initial Teacher Education (ITE) students in understanding the learning needs of children with autism: Findings from a focus group discussion. Teacher Education Advancement Network (TEAN) Journal. 13 (1), pp. 26-42.

Journal article

Buried in the borderlands: An artefact typology and chronology for The Netherlands in the early medieval period on the basis of funerary archaeology
Van Tongeren, T. 2021. Buried in the borderlands: An artefact typology and chronology for The Netherlands in the early medieval period on the basis of funerary archaeology. PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University School of Humanities and Educational Studies

PhD Thesis

A critical investigation of the epistemological, familial and spiritual invisibility of spiritual black lesbian and bisexual women in the Belgian LGBT rights framework
Van De Velde, L. 2021. A critical investigation of the epistemological, familial and spiritual invisibility of spiritual black lesbian and bisexual women in the Belgian LGBT rights framework. PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University School of Humanities and Educational Studies

PhD Thesis

Internationalisation of higher education: lived experiences of international students and perspectives on the global university
Kemiche, Z. 2021. Internationalisation of higher education: lived experiences of international students and perspectives on the global university. PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University School of Humanities and Education Studies

PhD Thesis

A Cooperative Inquiry: An investigation into the training needs of Christian leaders supporting congregants with mental health issues receiving treatment
Anyinsah, J. 2021. A Cooperative Inquiry: An investigation into the training needs of Christian leaders supporting congregants with mental health issues receiving treatment. PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University School of Humanities and Education Studies

PhD Thesis

Understanding and explaining pedagogical problem solving: a video-based grounded theory study of classroom pedagogy
Riordan, J., Revell, L., Bowie, R. A., Woolley, M., Hulbert, S. and Thomas, C. 2021. Understanding and explaining pedagogical problem solving: a video-based grounded theory study of classroom pedagogy. Research in Science & Technological Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/02635143.2021.2001450

Journal article

Whose ‘voice’ is it anyway? The paradoxes of the participatory narrative
Papadopoulou, Marianna and Sidorenko, Ewa 2021. Whose ‘voice’ is it anyway? The paradoxes of the participatory narrative. British Educational Research Journal. https://doi.org/10.1002/berj.3770

Journal article

A break or a lesson? Submarines, stereotypes and silent geopolitics
Beighton, C. 2021. A break or a lesson? Submarines, stereotypes and silent geopolitics. Canterbury Christ Church University.

Other

(Un)trustworthy organisations? Implications of the Sarah Everard murder case
Beighton, C. 2021. (Un)trustworthy organisations? Implications of the Sarah Everard murder case. Canterbury Christ Church University.

Other

Powerful knowledge? Challenging neoliberal trends in FE policy and practice
Beighton, C. and Naz, Z. 2021. Powerful knowledge? Challenging neoliberal trends in FE policy and practice . Canterbury Christ Church University.

Other

The role of virtual experiences in increasing knowledge, motivation, independence and cultural capital from disadvantaged pupils in England
Gillard, O. 2021. The role of virtual experiences in increasing knowledge, motivation, independence and cultural capital from disadvantaged pupils in England. Journal of Intercultural Management. 13 (2), pp. 107-142. https://doi.org/10.2478/joim-2021-0063

Journal article

The coproduction illusion: considering the relative success rates and efficiency rates of securing an Education, Health and Care plan when requested by families or education professionals
Soan, Sue and Boddison, Adam 2021. The coproduction illusion: considering the relative success rates and efficiency rates of securing an Education, Health and Care plan when requested by families or education professionals. JORSEN. 21 (3). https://doi.org/10.1111/1471-3802.12545

Journal article

Toadstone
Rhodes, D. 2021. Toadstone. in: BBC National Short Story Award 2021 with Cambridge University Great Britain Comma Press.

Book chapter

Outdoor provision for babies and toddlers: Exploring the practice/policy/research nexus in English ECEC settings
Josephidou, Jo, Kemp, Nicola and Durrant, Ian 2021. Outdoor provision for babies and toddlers: Exploring the practice/policy/research nexus in English ECEC settings. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal. 29 (6). https://doi.org/10.1080/1350293x.2021.1985555

Journal article

Identity, gender and history in Wace's Roman de Rou and Roman de Brut
Hicks, Leonie V. 2021. Identity, gender and history in Wace's Roman de Rou and Roman de Brut . in: Barrau, J and Bates, D. (ed.) Lives, Identities and Histories in the Central Middle Ages Cambridge Cambridge University Press. pp. 246-263

Book chapter

Pedagogy Analysis Framework: a video-based tool for combining teacher, pupil & researcher perspectives
Riordan, J., Hardman, M. and Cumbers, D. 2021. Pedagogy Analysis Framework: a video-based tool for combining teacher, pupil & researcher perspectives. Research in Science & Technological Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/02635143.2021.1972960

Journal article

The impact of research evidence on education policy: how MPs respond to evidence in relation to secondary selective education.
Bainbridge, Alan, Bartley, Joanne and Troppe, Tom 2021. The impact of research evidence on education policy: how MPs respond to evidence in relation to secondary selective education. Forum. 63 (2), pp. 161-168. https://doi.org/10.3898/forum.2021.63.2.14

Journal article

Deceptively difficult education: a case for a lifetime of Impact
Bainbridge, A. 2021. Deceptively difficult education: a case for a lifetime of Impact. in: Phenomenology and Educational Theory in Conversation: Back to Education Itself. Oxon Routledge. pp. 215-226

Book chapter

Health and well-being
Bainbridge, A. and Ekins, A. 2021. Health and well-being. in: Soan, S. (ed.) HWhy Do Teachers Need to Know About Diverse Learning Needs? Strengthening Professional Identity and Well-Being. Bloomsbury: London. pp. 33-48

Book chapter

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