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THE UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELDCURRICULUM VITAE
PERSONAL DETAILSSURNAME: Davies FORENAMES: Julia AlisonDEPARTMENT:
The School of Education
Qualifications & Awarding BodyPhD, University of Sheffield, 1999
Expressions of Gender: An enquiry into the way gender impacts on the discourse styles of pupilsinvolved in small group talk, with particular refer
ence to boys‟ underachievement
 
MA (Part-time Study), Sheffield City Polytechnic, 1987
Masters in Communication Studies
 – 
Language; Media Studies; Cultural Studies
Postgraduate Certificate in Education, University of Sheffield, 1982
Secondary English and Drama PGCE
BA (Full-time) University of Leeds, 1981
English Literature and Language Studies: Class II Division i
 Membership of Learned SocietiesUnited Kingdom Literacy Association:
 
Editor of the UKLA
 Literacy
Journal: Wiley Blackwell (2011
 – 
present)
 
UKLA Regional Representative (2005
 – 
2009)
 
Member of UKLA Research Committee (2007 - present)
 
Member of UKLA Digital Literacies SIG (2005 - 2009)
 British Education Research Association
 
 – 
Member of the Literacy and Language SIG (1998-present)
Gender and Education Association
- Member (2003 - 2005)
Current appointment at The University of Sheffield
Senior Lecturer (January 2007 - Present)
Previous appointments
Lecturer at The University of Sheffield 1994 - 2007Head of English; Coordinator of Faculty of Communications and Site manager BirleyComprehensive School, Sheffield 1986 - 1994Teacher of English and Drama; Valley Comprehensive Worksop, Notts. 1982 - 1986.
 
J.A. Davies
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2.0 TEACHING EXPERIENCE
I began my career as a teacher of English and was a Head of Department for eightyears before taking up post at The University of Sheffield. I have taught across a richand varied range of programmes within The School of Education, from PGCE,undergraduate and postgraduate Masters, EdD and PhD supervision. I designed andled a successful online Masters programme in New Literacies and my teachingexperience also includes transnational work located in Singapore, Hong Kong,Canada and Malta. I have taught Research Methods as well as within my key areas of Literacy and Language. I have led the Language and Literacy strand of the SheffieldEdD, directed the PGCE, the MA in Research Methods and been responsible for theESRC funded 1+3 applications..2.
1 Post Graduate teaching:
 
Online MA in New Literacies
 
 
EdD Literacy and Language
 
MA in Educational Research (ESRC recognised MA in research training)
 
MA Policy and Practice
 
 
PGCE English
 
PGCE Education & Professional Studies (EPS)
 
 
MEd in English Language Teaching
 
2.2 Undergraduate Teaching
 
Digital Technologies, Culture and Childhood Module for the BA Education, Culture andChildhood
3.0 PROFESSIONAL AND EXTERNAL STANDING
 
3.1 Selected Invited and Funded Keynote Conference PresentationsUnited Kingdom Literacy Association, International Conference:
'Identities, Cultures andLiteracies'
 
 – 
Liverpool Hope University
Keynote speaker (with Guy Merchant) at this conference: „ Generation Text: Web 2.0, social participation and Learning‟. (July
2008).
Literacy Identity, and Place. Literacy Summer School Conference, Mississauga, Toronto,Canada.
Keynote speaker to this one week conference and summer school
 – 
invitation by ProfessorMichele Knobel (Montclair State University, USA) and Professor Colin Lankshear, Professor of 
Literacy and Technologies (James Cook University, Australia). Keynote paper title: „
Travellers'Tales: Streetart
into cyberspace and back again‟.
(
July 2008)
University of the West Indies, Caribbean Education Conference: Literacy for LifelongLearning: Responding to the Challenge
Keynote speaker at this conference:
„Talking „bout a (digital) revolution: New Literacies, New
Practices for New Times
. (March 2008).
 
Literacy and Technology Co-ordinators Conference - Lewisham Local Authority.
Keynote speaker for this CPD conference for teachers across the age range from Lewisham and
Kent Local Authorities: „Learning Online – 
 
for now and into the future‟.
 
(March 2008).
 
J.A. Davies
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The Education Guardian Conference ‘Using the News’
.Keynote: National C
onference for Literacy & ICT practitioners and advisors: „Web 2.0: What isit? And what has it got to do with literacy?‟. Guardian Newsroom, Farringdon, London. (June
2007).
3.2 Selected Invited and Funded Seminar Presentations
1.
 
23en Kongress zum Deutschen Gesellschaft für Erziehungswissenschaft (DgFE), 23rdCongress of the German Society for Educational Research
, Osnabrueck Germany.
If 
you‟re not on Facebook, then where are you?‟ Identity construction across spaces and new
so
cial literacy practices‟. (March 2012)
 2.
 
Goldsmiths College, The University of London
. Paper: ‘
Digital Literacies: DiscourseAnalytical approaches to texts online
, (March 2011).3.
 
Literacy for Lifelong Learning: Responding to the Challenge, University of the WestIndies, Jamaica Caribbean Education Conference:
Paper: „Growing from the Roots:Popular Culture and Literacy Learning‟.
 
(March 2008).
4.
 
Bishop Grosseteste University College, Lincoln.
Paper:
 
‘ 
Being Well-Connected: howpeople connect and display
connectivity in online spaces‟.
(February 2008).
 5.
 
Doing Culture’ Ceelbas Workshop Series – 
ESRC funded seminar series onNarratology. The University of Manchester
.
Paper:
 
Location, Location, Location: Street-art and online spaces -
a traveller's tale‟. (23
rd
May 2008).
 
6.
 
‘Play, Creativity and Digital Cultures’: ESRC funded seminar series.
 
The Institute of Education London.
Paper: „Blogging as a Classroom activity‟. (June 2007).
 7.
 
Children and Media WUN funded Virtual Seminar presentation
 
 – 
(Universities of Sheffield; Leeds & Wisconsin.)
Paper: „Teenagers and online informal learning‟ (April 24
th
 2007).8.
 
Presentation at seminar series 'Children, Politics and Communication' at TheUniversity of Swansea.
 
Paper: „Textual Cohesion and online networking‟. (March 2007).
9.
 
Invisible boundaries: addressing sexualities equality in children’s world. ESRC/BERA
sexualities SIG seminar series, The University of Sheffield.
Paper: „ Classroom talk and
the performance
of gender‟ (February 2007).
 10.
 
The University of Warwick School of Education Seminar Series.
Paper: Blogging forAcademics: Online Social learning. (March 2006).11.
 
The University of Lancaster Literacy Research Centre
,
Lunchtime Seminar Series.
Paper: „Academic Blogging‟
.
(November 2005).12.
 
Play, Creativity and Digital Cultures, ESRC Seminar Series,
Bishops Grosseteste
College, Lincoln. Paper: „Online Play‟, Presentation available online at
 
London Knowledge Lab, Digital Generations Seminar Series. The Institute of Education, London.
 
Paper: „Online Communities of Practice‟. (Positively reviewed in
TheTimes Educational Supplement.) (March 2005).14.
 
Children’s Literacy and Popular Culture, ESRC Research Seminar Series, The
University of Sheffield.
Paper: „Negotiating Femininities on
-
line‟ (Invited paper). Paper 
. 
(July2003).
15.
 
Children’s Literacy and Popular Culture, ESRC Research Seminar Series, The
University of Sheffield.
16.
 
Paper: „Weaving Magic Webs: Internet Identities
 
and Teen Wicca Subcultures‟; (Invited
. 
(July 2002).
3.4 Journal Editorships

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