Marguerite Müller is a lecturer in Education and Society and leads the MA Education Management programme.
She holds a BA in Fine Arts, a PGCE, a Master's of Education, and a PhD in Higher Education studies. Marguerite has taught in various educational contexts from South Korea to South Africa.
In her research, she employs post-qualitative, narrative, participatory and arts-based inquiry to explore issues of educator identity and subjectivity in the higher education space. Her goals are to engage in innovative and accessible scholarship of education that contribute to a fair and just society for all.
Research and PhD supervision
Dr Muller's research interests include:
- Social Justice in Education Leadership.
- Decolonisation and Decoloniality in Education.
- Creative Arts Education.
- Teacher Developmental Studies.
- Arts Based Inquiry.
- Narrative Inquiry.
- Participatory methods of inquiry.
- Visual methodologies.
- Post-qualitative inquiry.
She is interested to supervise PhD students in the following areas:
- Arts-based and post-qualitative educational research.
- Educator subjectivity and identity.
- Education transformation.
- Social Justice in Education.
- Decolonisation of Education.
Dr Muller leads the MA Education Management on which she teaches the modules:
- Education Leadership
- Gender, Power and Inequality in Education Leadership
On the BA Social Sciences, Dr Muller teaches the 'Education for the 21st century: a global perspective' module.