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I joined LSBU in 2011, I am a Senior Lecturer of Sociology in the School of Law and Social Sciences. I completed my BSc in Sociology and MA in Human Rights at City University London, followed by a PhD in Sociology and Development Studies at London South Bank University.
My research interests are in gender studies, ethnicity, race, poverty, sustainability, social justice, SDGs, education, postcolonial and third world feminism.
Postgraduate Research Supervision
|Ms Cheryl Ann May||Leadership for Social and Environmental Goals within Canadian Social Purpose Organisations||PhD|
Awarded in the last 5 years
|Epigeum Supervisory Training||PhD|
City University, London
City University, London
London South Bank University
Kings College, London
|Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)||2023||Dismantling the Legacy: Decolonizing Conservation and Environmental Sectors using a social justice framework||Principal Investigator|
|British Academy||2021||Collaborative Voices: drawing on cross-sector expertise in building community capacity and sustaining partnerships towards net zero sustainable futures||Principal Investigator|
Transformation through learning: Education about, for, and as sustainability
Gajparia, J., Strachan, G. and Leverton, K. (2022). Transformation through learning: Education about, for, and as sustainability. Frontiers in Sustainability. 3, p. 982718. https://doi.org/10.3389/frsus.2022.982718
Identifying Assessment Opportunities in Postgraduate Learning for Sustainability
Gajparia, J., Strachan, G., Vare, P. and Ferguson, T. (2021). Identifying Assessment Opportunities in Postgraduate Learning for Sustainability. Discourse and Communication for Sustainable Education. 12 (1), pp. 151-175. https://doi.org/10.2478/dcse-2021-0011
Covid-19, domestic abuse and what universities can do for students
Magill, Christine, Gajparia, J., Havard, T., Shepherd, R. and Kibirige, N. (2020). Covid-19, domestic abuse and what universities can do for students. Wonkhe.
Capitalising on rapport, emotional labour and colluding with the neoliberal academy
Gajparia, J (2016). Capitalising on rapport, emotional labour and colluding with the neoliberal academy. Women's Studies International Forum. 61, pp. 87-92. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wsif.2016.10.015
Agency, Resistance and Subversion: Voices in the Field
Gajparia, J (2016). Agency, Resistance and Subversion: Voices in the Field. in: Takhar, S (ed.) Gender and Race Matter: Global Perspectives on Being a Woman Emerald.