Dr Charlotte Morris


University of Portsmouth

Job Title

Senior Lecturer in Education and Sociology



Charlotte is a Senior Lecturer in Education and Sociology at the University of Portsmouth. Research interests relate to gendered lives and to inclusive, social justice orientated practices and pedagogies in higher education. She previously taught across Sociology, Education and Gender Studies at the University of Sussex (2014 - 2020) where she completed a PhD Gender Studies in 2014. She has also held posts as Research Fellow with the Centre for Higher Education & Equity Research, as a Research Hive scholar leading peer-to-peer support for doctoral researchers and as a Researcher in the field of learning and teaching in higher education at Anglia Ruskin University and the University of Brighton. She has led a range of projects in the field of widening participation; undergraduate and postgraduate learning and experiences of early career women academics. She was lead researcher on a Higher Education Academy funded project 'Doctoral Learning Journeys' (2007 - 2010) and Acting Principal Investigator for 'Troublesome Encounters' (2010 - 2011), a project exploring doctoral learning in relation to wellbeing, recently reanalysed and published in Studies in Graduate and Postgraduate education.