Mrs Edith Lewis


NameMrs Edith Lewis
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Research instituteSchool of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work

Research outputs

How to create a sense of belonging for black students in a majority white academy

Lewis, E. 2022. How to create a sense of belonging for black students in a majority white academy. https://www.timeshighereducation.com/campus.

BAME students can thrive if they don’t feel alienated

Lewis, E. 2020. BAME students can thrive if they don’t feel alienated.

Attainment, progression and experiences of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Students- Faculty of Health and Wellbeing

Lewis, E. 2019. Attainment, progression and experiences of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Students- Faculty of Health and Wellbeing. Not published Edith Lewis.

Can social work afford to remain apolitical in the age of neoliberalism and managerialism discourse at the expense of social justice, challenging inequalities and empowerment of its recipients: dilemmas and considerations for north and south global worlds?

Lewis, E. 2015. Can social work afford to remain apolitical in the age of neoliberalism and managerialism discourse at the expense of social justice, challenging inequalities and empowerment of its recipients: dilemmas and considerations for north and south global worlds?

‘Don’t put me in a box’ - the social construction of whiteness, migrant’s narrative on identity discourse & social work role in rise of populism: grand challenge for social work

Lewis, E. 2018. ‘Don’t put me in a box’ - the social construction of whiteness, migrant’s narrative on identity discourse & social work role in rise of populism: grand challenge for social work.

Chapter 5: responding to difference, identity and globalisation

Lewis, E. 2013. Chapter 5: responding to difference, identity and globalisation. in: Koubel, G. (ed.) Social Work with Adults Maidenhead Open University Press. pp. 80-96
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