Research in the interest of cultural democracy must be shaped and defined by principles supporting social justice. Antonia Darder
Pedagogical Research Interests
Equality, diversity, inclusion and justice in higher education teaching and learning, especially around curriculum diversification and inclusive teaching practice.
I specialise in qualitative-interpretative research using critical, transformative and emancipatory paradigms including critical race theory and Black feminism.
Internal Leadership Roles
- Member of the Social Sciences & Humanities Research Ethics Committee, Bournemouth University
External Leadership Roles
- Editorial Board Member, International Race and Education Book Series at MSUP
- Editorial Board Member, International Journal of Crisis Communication
Publications on Pedagogy
Gabriel, D., & Hylton, K. (2018). A Sense of Belonging: Race, Ethnicity and Culture in Higher Education. London: Trentham Books.
Journal Articles (Forthcoming)
Gabriel, D. (2017). Pedagogies of Social Justice and Cultural Democracy in Media Higher Education. Issue 8.1 MERJ (Media Education Research Journal)
Journal Articles (In Progress)
Gabriel, D. (2018). Promoting Social Transformation in the Communication Industries Through Pedagogies of Social Justice & Cultural Democracy.
Gabriel, D. (2018). Critical Reflective Practice and Emancipatory Education: Promoting Diversity, Equality & Justice Through a Culturally Democratic Programme of Curriculum Diversification.
Global Conference on Education, Research and Policy, Washington, DC. 11 April 2017
Keynote Speaker: Embedding Inclusion, Equality and Liberation in Media Higher Education
IAFOR International Conference on Education; Hawaii, 8-11 Jan 2016
Social Justice Pedagogy and Cultural Democracy: Promoting Inclusion and Equality in Further and Higher Education (co-presented with Aisha Richards).
Successful Funding Bids
(Feb 2017) Bournemouth University UoA25 Funding. Generating Research Impact Through Engagement With The Communication Industries