Dr Angela Turner

Teaching Fellow

History

Personal statement

My teaching and research interests lie in the fields of health and social history. I have keen interest in the history of disability, the history of industrial injury and rehabilitation, the history of disability sport and oral history. I teach a number of undergraduate courses relating to my research interests and am an active member of the Centre for the Social History of Health and Healthcare and the Scottish Oral History Centre. Teaching Year 1 History 1B Year 2 Disease and Society Year 3/4 Disability in Modern Britain Bombers and Mash: Britain and the Home Front 1939-1945 Oral History Theory and Practice Research From 2011 - 2015 I was a researcher on the Disability and Industrial Society: A Comparative Cultural History of British Coalfields, 1780-1948 (Wellcome Trust Programme Award)

Publications

'Bottom dog men' : disability, social welfare and advocacy in the Scottish coalfields in the interwar years, 1918–1939
Turner Angela, McIvor Arthur
Scottish Historical Review Vol 96, pp. 187-213 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.3366/shr.2017.0335
Education, training and social competence : special education in Glasgow since 1945
Turner Angela
Disabled Children Contested Caring, 1850-1979 (2012) (2012)
Measuring the actual levels and patterns of physical activity/inactivity of adults with intellectual disabilities
Finlayson Janet, Turner Angela, Granat Malcolm H
Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities Vol 24, pp. 508-517 (2011)
https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-3148.2011.00633.x

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Projects

Teaching and scholarship seminars of the School of Humanities
Lefever, Joan-Emilie (Co-investigator) Williams, Manuela (Principal Investigator) Sabala, Vanesa (Co-investigator) Acosta, Lidia (Co-investigator) Turner, Angela (Co-investigator)
For several years prior to the COVID pandemic, the Modern Languages department organised the LATE (Language and teaching) seminars. In 20222/2023, I am a core member of the organising committee of the Teaching and Scholarship seminars in Humanities. The first guest in December 2022 was Dr Amparo of the Women’s legacy project, a European project creating a depository of resources of women’s work in art and literature. In 2023, the speakers , mostly internal, will present workshops and gave seminars on topics ranging from the technology of interactive lectures to pedagogical reflections on different types of feedback.
14-Jan-2022 - 23-Jan-2023
War and Disability in Scotland, 1939-1950: A Pilot Oral History Study
McIvor, Arthur (Principal Investigator) Turner, Angela (Co-investigator)
01-Jan-2015 - 31-Jan-2016

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