Wednesday 25 May 2022, 12:30pm to 2:00pm
Open toAll Lancaster University (non-partner) students, Alumni, Applicants, External Organisations, Families and young people, Postgraduates, Prospective International Students, Prospective Postgraduate Students, Prospective Undergraduate Students, Public, Staff, Undergraduates
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The role of UK research quality audits has grown in determining research funding allocations for higher education institutions.
The increased significance of what is now branded the Research Excellence Framework has manifold implications, particularly in relation to equality, diversity, and inclusion. In this seminar I will use the concept of ‘unbelonging’ alongside qualitative data from my doctoral research project with academic staff and my own experience as a research management professional to illuminate some of the issues at stake.
Ed Res/Sociology, Lancaster University
Jessica Wren Butler is a doctoral researcher at Lancaster University also working in research management. She is interested in experiences of unbelonging, institutionalised injustices, and the disruption of binaries.