PhDs Supervised

1988 PhD, Joyce Sherlock, on the cultural analysis of dance/gender

(Laban Centre, CNAA).

1989 PhD, Lesley Lawrence, on teachers’ leisure aims

(Brighton Polytechnic/ CNAA).

1992 PhD, Scott Fleming, on sport and South Asian male youth

(Brighton Polytechnic/ CNAA).

1994 PhD, Ilkay Yorganci, on gender, sport and sexual harassment

(University of Brighton).

1995 PhD, John Tomkins, on football, stadia and space in modern urban culture – a Foucauldian analysis

(University of Brighton).

1997 PhD, Belinda Wheaton, on gender identity, postmodern sports and windsurfing cultures

(University of Brighton).

1998 PhD, Johnny Magee, on football and labour migration

(University of Brighton).

1998 PhD, David Gilbourne, on sports injury, rehabilitation and the practitioner’s role

(University of Brighton).

1998 PhD, Ian Jones, on sports fans and cultural identity in football

(University of Luton).

1999 PhD, Gill Lines, on young people’s consumption of media sport and sports heroes

(University of Brighton).

2000 PhD, Carrie Britton, on chronic arthritis in children

(University of Brighton).

2001 PhD, Pablo Alabarces, on sport football and national identity in Argentina

(University of Brighton).

2001 PhD, Sarah Hardcastle, on women’s experience of exercise in GP referral schemes

(University of Brighton).

2003 PhD, Chien-Lu Kin, on sport policy and baseball in Taiwan

(University of Brighton).

2003 PhD, Alan Sanders, on socialization into sport/movement cultures

(University of Brighton).

2004 PhD, Kirsty-Anne Burroughs, on Christian women runners

(University of Brighton).

2006 PhD, Edgar Westbury, on mountains/climbing in history and literature

(University of Brighton).

2006 PhD, Kensuke Yokoyama, on theorizing violent sports in Japan

(University of Brighton).

2008 PhD (by publication), Ian McDonald, on critique, sport policy and practice

(University of Brighton).

2008 PhD, Pauline Palmer, on veteran athletes and sport commitment

(University of Brighton).

2008 PhD (by publication), Richard Patterson, on theorizing architectural spaces

(University of Brighton).

2009 PhD, Paul Gilchrist, on the mountaineer as hero in British history

(University of Brighton).

2012 PhD, John Doyle, on mediation of the utopian potential of sport in Football4Peace

(University of Brighton).

2015 PhD, Cathy Gale, on design theory, semiotics and the ambiguities of X

(University of Brighton).

2016 PhD (by publication), Paula Hearsum, on media coverage of the early death of popular musicians

(University of Brighton).

2017 PhD, Aycan Garip, on public art interventions and disconnected communities in Northern Cyprus

(University of Brighton).

2018 PhD, Melaneia Warwick, on art-making and meaningful engagement by people with profound and multiple learning difficulties

(University of Brighton).

2018 PhD, Nagham Al Qasi, on architectural competitions/judgements and a deliberative democracy model

(University of Brighton).

Ongoing supervisions [4] :

Shaymaa Alkhalefy (planning for neighbourhood restoration and resilience in Baghdad),

Panajota Nenaj (planning and sustainability policies for cities/towns),

Kadija George (cultural production in the UK during the Pan-African diaspora),

Simon McEnnis (by publication, changes to the professional culture of sport journalism in the social/new media context).