Staff

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  • Professor Kehinde Andrews

    Professor of Black Studies

    Professor Kehinde Andrews is an academic, activist and author whose books include  Back to Black: Retelling Black Radicalism for the 21 st  Century  (2018). His first book was  Resisting Racism: Race, Inequality and the Black Supplementary School Movement  (2013).

  • Andrew Dixon

    Senior Lecturer

    Andrew  Dixon  teaches at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels in the School of Social Sciences. He is presently the Erasmus (study abroad) tutor for the School.

  • Dr Gary Hazeldine

    Senior Lecturer in Sociology

    Dr Gary Hazeldine  has taught Sociology at Birmingham City University since 2007. Prior to this he taught at the University of Brighton, the University of Sussex, and Manchester Metropolitan University.

  • Dr Nazia Hussein

    Lecturer

    Dr Hussein’s research and teaching interest in gender, race and religion is driven by her personal politics and activism around the same issues in Britain and Bangladesh.

  • Dr John Narayan

    Lecturer in Sociology

    John joined the Sociology division of the School of Social Sciences in September 2017. Prior to this, he was a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow in the Department of Sociology at the University of Warwick.

  • Dr Denise Noble

    Senior Lecturer of Sociology

    Dr Denise Noble has taught  media, cultural studies, sociology, African American and African Studies and social work in the UK and USA.  In addition to her academic career Dr Noble has extensive experience of community activism and community work.

  • Dr Eugene Nulman

    Senior Lecturer

    Dr  Eugene Nulman  is very passionate and interested in social movements and social change and teaches to inspire. His academic work is driven by an emphasis in public sociology, bringing the academic knowledge to the wider community.

  • Dr Lisa Palmer

    Senior Lecturer in Sociology

    Lisa Palmer's  research interests include Black Studies in Britain, the cultural politics of Lover's Rock music; community archiving and heritage; the intersections of gender, sexuality, racism and decoloniality. 

  • Dr Dionne Taylor

    Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Deputy Programme Leader Black Studies, Deputy Head of Department

    Dr Dionne Taylor's role in BCU is about supporting, inspiring and guiding the students to reach beyond what many of them believe is possible. Encouraging students to work through the challenges, barriers and limitations to success is one of the reasons she became an academic.

  • Dr Karen Wilkes

    Lecturer in Sociology

    Dr Karen Wilkes's research is concerned with analysing visual culture (tourist brochures of the Caribbean, advertising, television and films). Her work examines how gender, race and class work together and are represented in popular culture.

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