The Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, based at the Cheshire campus in Crewe, consists of a number of subject teams working in the academic areas of:
Abuse Studies, Childhood and Youth Studies, Crime Studies, English, Film and Television Studies, Outdoor Studies, Philosophy, Psychology and Sociology.
- Narrating family histories: negotiating identity and belonging through tropes of nostalgia and authenticity
- Using diaries and photo elicitation in phenomenological research: studying everyday practices of belonging in place
- Researching the intangible: a qualitative phenomenological study of the everyday practices of belonging
- Gifted places: the inalienable nature of belonging in place
- Doing race: how secondary school pupils in mainly white schools construct 'race'
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