Members of the Human Resources, Work and Employment research group (HRWE)

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Visiting Fellows

The Human Resources, Work and Employment research group (HRWE) has a number of Visiting Research Fellows, working with us on a variety of collaborative research projects:

  • Dr Mike Richardson who is a former (retired) employee of UWE Bristol whose areas of expertise include employment relations  and labour history.
  • Dr Paula Koskinen-Sandberg from the University of Tampere (Finland) with whom Professor Hazel Conley is currently co-editing an international handbook on Gender and Public Sector Employment for Edward Elgar Publishers.
  • Professor Tuomo Peltonen (Aalto University) will be visiting for the period from 1 September to 30 October 2022. He will be working with Professor Hugo Gaggiotti on their joint British Academy-Leverhulme funded project "Living in a bubble: Global working communities and insulation in mobile contexts". This research is linked to a special issue of the Journal of Global Mobility and the development of a further research bid.  
  • Dr Bruna Alvarez, Lecturer at Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (UAB) (Spain), will be visiting from 1 September 2022 to 31 August 2023. During her visit, Dr Alvarez will contribute her expertise on reproductive mobilities and sexual education in the borderlands in the analysis of outputs of Professor Hugo Gaggiotti’s project 'Reducing organisational vulnerability of women: applying organisational research in Mexican-US borderland'. She will also work with Professor Gaggiotti on a potential bid on the employment impact of social freezing. Dr Alvarez will also be invited as a guest lecturer across a number of postgraduate modules.
 

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