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Dr CHRISTINE LEWIS

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    20192019

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    Biography

    • Programme Leader MA Education, Edge Hill University 2017 - present
    • Senior Lecturer, Postgraduate Professional Learning, Edge Hill University 2013- 2017
    • Course Leader Teaching Learning Mentoring Practice BA (Hons), Edge Hill University 2011 – 2013
    • Student Associate Scheme Programme Leader, Edge Hill University 2008 – 2011
    • Teacher of History at a NW Secondary School – 2008
    • Senior Schools Liaison Tutor, HE 2006 – 2007
    • Assistant Training School Manager and Professional Mentor in a NW Secondary school – 2003 – 2006
    • Assistant Head of Year in a NW Secondary School 2002 – 2003
    • History, Government & Politics, RE, Geography & PSHE teacher in a NW Secondary School  1999 – 2006

    Research interests

    Christine’s PhD study used autoethnography, a critically reflexive methodology, which has directly enriched her expertise in the research methods module and the reflective writing elements of the MA Education and the MA Educational Enquiry and Professional Learning programmes. The title of her thesis was ‘An auto-ethnographic account of interactional practices in Adoptive family relationships’.  The universal significance of giving voice to stories in connecting the personal to the cultural has subsequently led Christine to the creation of a cross faculty Narrative Research Network, providing encouragement and support for colleagues involved in narrative research.

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      LEWIS, CHRISTINE., 11 Sep 2019, (Accepted/In press) Writing of(f) Family . Spinazola, L. & Purnell, D. (eds.). Routledge

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