Garth holds an MA in International Education from New York University and an MEd in Educational Research from the University of Cambridge. His PhD work at University of Cambridge examines the educational experiences of white working class boys. He is interested in how educational processes differentially impact on social and learner identities and the conditions and processes in schooling which produce inequitable outcomes. He spent 5 years teaching in a several challenging London schools and has worked for Teacher's TV and the New York City Department of Education. His primary interests include: gender and education, Bourdieu's theory of practice, social class, masculinities and femininities in education, pupil peer group cultures, social identities / pluralities of identity.
Faculty of Education
University of Cambridge
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