Dr Alison Lloyd Williams

Senior Research Associate

Research Overview

Alison is a theatre practitioner and researcher, interested in the uses of participatory arts in education and development and, more recently, disaster resilience. She has been involved in school and community projects across the UK, in Japan and in various African countries. Alison was a researcher on the ESRC Urgency Project with Save the Children UK, Children, Young People and Flooding: Recovery and Resilience, and is currently a Senior Research Associate, investigating the impact of the project on emergency planning policy and practice.

“That’s where I first saw the water…”: mobilizing children’s voices in UK flood risk management
Lloyd Williams, A.S., Bingley, A.F., Walker, M.P., Mort, M.M.E., Howells, V. 1/12/2017 In: Transfers. 7 , 3, p. 76-93. 18 p.
Journal article

From victims to actors: the role of children and young people in flood recovery and resilience
Mort, M.M.E., Walker, M.P., Bingley, A.F., Lloyd Williams, A.S. 5/07/2017 In: Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy.
Journal article

Children, young people and flooding: recovery and resilience
Mort, M.M.E., Walker, M.P., Lloyd Williams, A., Bingley, A.F., Howells, V. 22/09/2016 Lancaster : Lancaster University. 39 p.
Other report

Exploring theatre as pedagogy for 'Developing Citizens' in an English primary school
Lloyd Williams, A. 26/02/2015 In: Applied theatre. London : Bloomsbury Methuen Drama
Chapter (peer-reviewed)

"It's where I first saw the water": walking and talking along a flood landscape with children and young people
Lloyd Williams, A., Bingley, A., Mort, M., Walker, M. 2015
Conference paper

Alison Lloyd Williams - Liberia - In Place of War
Lloyd Williams, A. 18/03/2014
Other contribution

Exploring theatre as a pedagogy for 'Developing Citizens' in English and Ugandan primary schools
Lloyd Williams, A. 2013 Lancaster University.
Doctoral Thesis