Seldom Heard Voices: Marginalisation and Societal integration

Seldom Heard Voices: marginalisation and societal integration brings together a range of existing academics across Social Sciences and Social Work, both early career researchers keen to be mentored and established researchers. A key aspiration is to collaborate, develop and share networks for joint research activities and funding bids to achieve a critical mass of high quality Social Science focussed research within the faculty that will underpin a credible REF submission. This area includes both qualitative and quantitative methods to engage with marginalised communities and often excluded or silenced voices, particularly through user-led and participatory co-created research.


Sara Ashencaen Crabtree, Jennifer Bigmore, Tula Brannelly, Sid Carter, Wendy Cutts, Jill Davey, Lee-Ann Fenge, Jane Healy, Richard Heslop, Kate Howe, Mel Hughes, Maggie Hutchings, Hyun-Joo Lim, Stefan Kleipoedszus, Richard Murphy, Jonathan Parker, Rosie Read, Ros Richards, Lynne Rutter, Stephanie Schwandner-Sievers, Patrick Van Calster, Richard Williams.


Associate members

Sarah Collard, Vanessa Heaslip, Sally Lee, Lisa Oakley – Visiting Fellow, Sam Porter, Colin Pritchard, Emily Rosenorn-Lanng, Julie Ryden