Hattie Campbell

Hattie Campbell

Lecturer

Early Childhood

Department of Early Childhood & Education , School of Education and Communities

Hattie is a senior lecturer in the BA (Hons) Early Childhood Studies programme in the School of Education and Communities.

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OVERVIEW

Hattie Campbell is a senior lecturer in the BA (Hons) Early Childhood Studies programme in the School of Education and Communities. She is also a senior HEA fellow.

Her PhD research explores political, social and power imbalances of dominant hegemonic discourses through the Marxist lens of Antonio Gramsci. The study integrates the debate by investigating blended learning change management in higher education.

Hattie's additional research interests include posthumanism as an alternative pedagogy of practice in early childhood education.

Professional Memberships

  • Early Childhood Studies Degrees Network (ECSDN)
  • ECSDN Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Strategy Group

Conferences

  • Early Childhood Studies Conference 2022
  • BERA Conference 2022

PUBLICATIONS

Published

  • Co-Authorship of the QAA Early Childhood Education Subject Benchmarks 2022

 

Works in progress for 2022

  • Race and the Space in between: Article
  • Subaltern Early Years' Practitioners: Chapter
  • The Subaltern Academic and Space: Article
  • Silent Voice of the Academic: Article