Sophina Choudry

Sophina Choudry

My role here is underpinned by my research and personal experience as woman from an ethnic minority (Pakistani British) background working in England. However, I have been brought up in three international countries: Germany, Pakistan and England. I am a trained mathematics teacher (high schools), currently in charge of the BSc Education programme at Manchester Institute of Education (University of Manchester). I continue to be fascinated with everything that happens inside of the classroom and outside and have started to come to research the persistent cycle of reproduction of inequitable power relations that continue to marginalise learners, communities from ethnic minority, gendered and working class backgrounds. I am also interested how local marginalised communities experience racialised, gendered and class discrimination dealing with health, education and environmental needs. For this reason, I continue to bring into dialogue Bourdieu's sociology with Cultural Historical Activity Theory to develop a collaborative research paradigm with communities to empower their voices. 

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