Dr Liz Bradbury

Course Leader, MA Sociology

Principal Lecturer, Sociology

Link Tutor, Social Sciences: UCP, UCWA

Faculty:Faculty of Arts, Law & Social Sciences

Department:Department of Humanities and Social Sciences

Location: Cambridge

Areas of Expertise: Sociology

Courses taught: Sociology, Criminology and Sociology

Liz's teaching expertise includes classical and modern sociological theory; the sociology and politics of gender and psychosocial studies. Her research interests include the theory and politics of gender relations and the sociology of the early Frankfurt School.

liz.bradbury@anglia.ac.uk

Background

Liz joined Anglia Ruskin University in 1999 after completing her PhD at the University of Cambridge. Since joining the Sociology Department she has taken a leading role in ensuring that it not only produces high quality research but also sustains a vibrant and successful programme of undergraduate teaching.

Liz contributed to the 2002 edition the text book Introductory Sociology by T Bilton et al, (Palgrave: Macmillan) and co-authored, along with Pip Jones and Shaun Le Boutillier, the 2nd edition of Introducing Social Theory, published by Polity in June 2011.

Research interests

  • theory and politics of gender relations
  • sociology of the early Frankfurt School

Teaching

  • classical and modern sociological theory
  • the sociology and politics of gender
  • psychosocial studies

Qualifications

  • BA CCAT
  • MA Sussex
  • PhD (Cantab.)