Dr Charlotte Haberstroh
Lecturer in Education
In my current role at King's Academy, I support early career educators at King's with their professional development. I contribute to the GTA Development and HEA Recognition Programmes with a bespoke pathway that supports GTAs and early career researchers to gain professional recognition for their teaching. I am also the King's Academy faculty liaison contact for King's Business School. In my previous role at King's Academy (2022-23), I was the Learning Development lead for the King's Academic Skills for Learning self-study resources and worked with a variety of stakeholders to embed academic literacies in the curriculum and contribute to the development of educators.
My academic career includes postdoctoral fellowships at the London School of Economics and Political Science and the University of Oxford, where I researched the political origins and consequences of educational inequalities in Western Europe and taught on a mix of undergraduate, postgraduate taught, and postgraduate research programmes in Public Policy and Social Policy. In 2017, I was awarded the Linz-Rokkan prize for best doctoral dissertation in Political Sociology at the European University Institute, where I completed my PhD in Politics and Social Sciences.
My dedication to improve equal access to educational opportunities underpins my practice. My areas of expertise include Assessment for Learning, Education for Sustainable Development, Inclusive Education and Creative Pedagogies. I am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Recent Publication: McNeil, Andrew, and Charlotte Haberstroh. ‘Intergenerational Social Mobility and the Brexit Vote: How Social Origins and Destinations Divide Britain’. European Journal of Political Research https://doi.org/10.1111/1475-6765.12526.