Jessica Abrahams and Nicola Ingram
Jessica Abrahams is a research assistant at the University of Bristol (UoB) working on the project Paired Peers which is qualitatively tracking the experiences of undergraduates from different social classes at UoB and the University of the West of England (UWE). Her research interests are centred on social class inequality, education and ethnicity and she is specifically interested in using a Bourdieusian lens to better understand these issues. She is a co-convenor of the Bourdieu study group at the BSA, is part of Bristol’s Social Class Network and a member of Widening Participation Research Cluster spanning both UoB and UWE.
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Nicola Ingram is a lecturer at the University of Bath. Her research focuses on education, social class and gender and uses a Bourdieusian perspective. She is the co-convenor of both the Bourdieu Study Group and Education Study Group at the BSA. She is currently working on the Leverhulme funded Paired Peers project looking at the impact of class on university experience, and a BA/Leverhulme small grants funded project entitled Who wants to be an engineer? A project focusing on class and gender inequalities in vocational transitions to higher education.
Department of Social and Policy Sciences
University of Bath