Name: Teresa Crew
Position: Senior Lecturer in Social Policy
Phone: 01248 382838
Location: Room M9, Main Arts
Dr Crew is a Senior Lecturer in Social Policy. She published a book in 2020 with Palgrave Macmillan called Higher Education and Working-Class Academics. Precarity and Diversity in Academia.
In 2019 she became a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA).
In 2018 Dr Crew was the winner of the Policy Press Outstanding Teaching Award by the Social Policy Association. Alongside this, she was awarded a Bangor University Teaching Fellowship
Her PhD, which was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, was completed in 2014. The thesis focused on graduate inequalities in relation to class, gender and place.
Dr Crew is the conveyor of a number of modules in the School
- SXP2050 and SXP3050 Social Issues is an applied Social Policy undergraduate module which focuses on social problems.
- SXS3040 Gender Perspectives is a third year undergraduate module which discusses the historical, social and individual significance of gender.
- SXY4015 Tackling Inequality and Injustice, a MA module that focuses on tackling social problems.
- Undergraduate and Postgraduate work placement modules
- Wrote and taught HPS4003 Revolting Subjects is a postgraduate module based on Professor Imogen Tyler’s book Revolting Creatures: Social Abjection and Restistance in Neoliberal Britain
She has presented at conferences in relation to her teaching and research
Crew, T. (2020). Working class academic capital. Working Class Academics conference, 14 and 15th July 2020
Crew, T. (2019). "I can't last much longer on pittance”. A classed understanding of precarity. Precarious Work & Gender Inequality in Higher Education: Researching for Change – University College Cork, 16th May 2019.
Crew, T. (2018). The Cultural Capital of the Atypical Academic. BSA Annual Conference. Northumbria. University, 10-12 April 2018
Crew, T. (2017). They think I am the secretary’: The trajectories of female graduates in North Wales. BSA Early Career Forum Event. The precariatisation of Women's Lives in the UK. Friday 30th June 2017. Sheffield Hallam University
Crew, T. (2017). Regional capital and 'local' graduate employment. CELT Learning and Teaching Conference 2017. Friday 15th September 2017.
Crew, T. (2017). Asking the same old questions, but nothing gets done!!! Observations from conducting research ‘with’ and ‘for’ Gypsy Travellers in north Wales. Regarding Children and Young People in the 21st Century - Bangor University, Bangor, United Kingdom. 28 Jun 2017 → 30 Jun 2017
Crew, T. (2015). How to develop student’s employability skills through research methods and social policy. Paper presented at the Higher Education Academy's Annual Social Sciences Conference 2015. 3-4 December 2015, The Studio, Manchester.
Worked on a British Sociological Association task and finish group to create an Applied Sociology curriculum
Member of Social Policy Association
Member of British Sociological Association (BSA)
Member of BSA Bourdieu Group
Member of Feminist and Women's Studies Association (FWSA)
Board member for the North Wales Regional Equality Network.