Comment pieces and media outputs

On sexual misconduct in higher education:

I was interviewed on the ‘Talking Sexual Violence’ podcast about my research, in particular the Silencing Students report (August 2020, 50 mins). Also available on Transistor or on Spotify.

Research presentation for the Violence Against Women study group of the British Sociological Association on institutional responses to staff sexual misconduct (April 2020; video presentation – 30 minute presentation plus questions).

Bull, A., Page, T. 2020. Universities traumatise student sexual misconduct survivors by mishandling cases. The Guardian, 13 March.

Bull, Anna, Georgina Calvert-Lee, and Tiffany Page. 2020. “Universities Must Stop Making It up as They Go along on Staff-Student Complaints.” Wonkhe (blog). March 12, 2020. https://wonkhe.com/blogs/universities-must-stop-making-it-up-as-they-go-along-on-staff-student-complaints/.

Bull, A., Bullough, J., and Page, T. May 26, 2019. “What would a survivor-centred higher education sector look like?” In Gamsu, S. (ed.). What would a radical policy for higher education look like for a Labour government? Centre for Labour and Social Studies: London.

Bull, A. 2019 “Addressing staff sexual misconduct in higher education”. Higher Education Policy Institute blog, 30 April.

Bull, A., Page, T., Benson, M. 2019. “Ending staff to student sexual misconduct in Higher Education”. The Undisciplining Sessions: Episode 2 [podcast], April 13.

Bull, A. 2018. “Sexual misconduct and silenced students”. WonkHE blog, September 25.

Bull, A, and Page, T. 2018. “Universities Can No Longer Turn a Blind Eye to Staff Dating Students” The Guardian. April 4.

See also The 1752 Group blog posts.

On classical music and inequality:

I was interviewed by Music Teacher Magazine about my book (December 2020): Equalling Access_Anna Bull_Music Teacher Magazine [pdf]

Interview with Richard Waller about my book Class, Control, and Classical Music, one of the judges of the British Sociological Association’s Philip Abrams prize on being announced joint winner of the 2020 prize (15 minutes).

Podcast interview with Dr Dave O’Brien about my book, Class, Control, and Classical Music on the New Books Network (March 2020, 45 minutes).

I gave a presention to the academic content website Faculti about my book (c. 30 mins; create an account to listen).

Short film for The Sociological Review journal based on my article ‘Gendering the Middle Classes’. This is a four-minute film made with the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain looking at how gender and class shapes the possibility of inhabiting authority. Hopefully helpful for teaching purposes!

BBC Radio 4 (2018). ‘Working-class actors, Class and classical music’. Thinking Allowed, January 1.

Bull, A. 2018. “Classical Music Education for the 21st Century.” ArtsProfessional. March 22

Bull, A., 2014. “Reproducing class? Classical music education and inequality”. Discover Society, November 4.

On ‘character’ education:

Allen, K., & Bull, A. 2017. “Beware of the positive university”. WonkHE blog, October 3.