Dr Eleanor Tiplady Higgs
Lecturer in Sociology
Marie Jahoda 156
- Email: email@example.com
- Social Science and Communications
- Social and Political Sciences
- College of Business, Arts and Social Sciences
I am an interdisciplinary feminist scholar in humanities and social sciences.
After completing my PhD I was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Religious Studies at University of Cape Town. I joined Brunel in September 2021.
- BA (Hons) Philosophy and Theology/Religious Studies, University of Greenwich
- MSc Global Ethics, University of Birmingham
- PhD Gender Studies, SOAS University of London
Module leader - Making Sense of Culture & Society: Issues 1, Bodies & Society, and 21st Century Media-Bodies.
Co-organiser of SPS Decolonising Coalition [email firstname.lastname@example.org]
Open days coordinator for Sociology, Communications & Media
Senior tutor for Sociology, Media & Communications (2022-23)
Newest selected publications
Kapinde, SA. and Higgs, ET. (2022) 'Global Anglican Discourse and Women’s Ordination in Kenya: The Controversy in Kirinyaga, 1979–1992, and its Legacy'. Journal of Anglican Studies, 20 (1). pp. 22 - 39. ISSN: 1740-3553
Higgs, ET. (2021) 'Narrative, Identity and Ethics in Postcolonial Kenya The Young Women’s Christian Association'. Bloomsbury Publishing. ISSN 10: 1350129801 ISSN 13: 9781350129801
Higgs, E. (2021) 'Christianity, Coloniality, and Social Change: Everyday Ethics of the Two YWCAs of South Africa'. Religion and Gender, 11 (1). pp. 39 - 61. ISSN: 1878-5417
Higgs, ET. (2020) 'Ethics', inThe Bloomsbury Handbook to Studying Christians. Bloomsbury Academic.
Higgs, E. (2019) 'FROM “IMPERIAL MATERNALISM” TO “MATRI-CENTRISM:” MOTHERING ETHICS IN CHRISTIAN WOMEN’S VOLUNTARISM IN KENYA'. AFRICAN JOURNAL OF GENDER AND RELIGION, 25 (1). pp. 20 - 44.