Tag Archives: teaching

August 29

Critical thinking and drugs policy

My research on Organized Crime Groups (OCG’s) has been quoted in the Liverpool Echo Sunday 1st September 2019. I am the Co-Founder and Facilitator of a social group for blind and visually impaired people. On bank holiday Monday we had a lovely walk and then a few soft drinks outside a pub enjoying the sun. […]

August 18

Real Work, Real Talk

  Time for some real talk and reflections here. The past 2 weeks have been a whirlwind and as you know from my previous post hereĀ I have been freelancing for FACT in Liverpool. I am very grateful for my friend Erin who attended both tours and took lots of photos for my blog. Love you […]

August 09

‘Real Work’ FACT Liverpool

I am very excited to be designing and delivering some sensory guided walks for FACT Liverpool/ Arts Council England.   The walks are sold out, but the link is here. You can sign up to the waiting list.   The walks are part of the ‘Real Work’ exhibition by Liz Magic Laser/ Candice Breitz.   […]

March 23

Social media as radical resistance

Yesterday I had the privilege to catch up with a former student. It has been 8 months since graduation, and many graduates are gearing themselves up for Masters and Ph.D applications. I don’t see my role as ending upon graduation and I am happy to ‘talk shop’ and catch up. I see teaching as a […]

September 23

Dr Gemma Ahearne

            Dr. Gemma Ahearne My main research interests are the sex industry; women in prison; the harms of community punishment of women; organized crime groups (OCG’s); medical sociology; celebrity culture and theology. I love both research and teaching, and aim to use innovative exciting methods in both the research field […]