School of Education and Childhood Studies
Dr Martin Myers
- Qualifications: BA Hons, MA, MRes, PhD
- Role Title: Lecturer
- Address: St George's Building, 141 High Street, Portsmouth PO1 2HY
- Telephone: 023 9284 3957
- Email: email@example.com
- Department: School of Education and Childhood Studies
- Faculty: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Martin Myers is a Lecturer in Education.
He is a sociologist whose work has explored the lives and identities of marginalised communities. His research has focussed on Gypsy families, in particular their experiences of education and schooling, relations with non-Gypsy neighbours and understandings of mobility. His current research explores neo-liberal higher education economies, elites and mobilities.
He has published books, articles and research reports about the educational experiences of Gypsies, elective home education and rural racism.
Previously he taught at the Universities of Greenwich and Chichester and worked as a researcher at the University of Southampton and Goldsmiths College. Prior to entering academia he was a senior policy advisor at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.
- Children, Young People and Social Policy
- Research with Children and Young People
- Families in Need
- Dissertation supervision
- PhD Supervision
- MRes Humanities & Social Science
- MA Contemporary Perspectives of Education
- Research Methods
- Gypsy identities with a focus on the family, education and relations with neighbours.
- Mobility, global elites and higher education.
- Home Education (Home Schooling).
- Whiteness, ethnicity and identity.
- Post-punk music and the nation-state.