Dr Liz Bradbury

Deputy Head, History, Philosophy and Theology

Principal Lecturer, Sociology

Link Tutor, Social Sciences: UCP, UCWA

Faculty:Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

School:Humanities and Social Sciences

Location: Cambridge

Areas of Expertise: Sociology

Research Supervision:Yes

Courses taught: Sociology, Criminology and Sociology

Liz's teaching expertise includes classical and modern sociological theory; the sociology and politics of gender and psychosocial studies. Her research interests include the theory and politics of gender relations and the sociology of the early Frankfurt School.



Liz joined Anglia Ruskin University in 1999 after completing her PhD at the University of Cambridge. Since joining the Sociology Department she has taken a leading role in ensuring that it not only produces high quality research but also sustains a vibrant and successful programme of undergraduate teaching.

Liz contributed to the 2002 edition the text book Introductory Sociology by T Bilton et al, (Palgrave: Macmillan) and co-authored, along with Pip Jones and Shaun Le Boutillier, the 2nd edition of Introducing Social Theory, published by Polity in June 2011.

Research interests

  • theory and politics of gender relations
  • sociology of the early Frankfurt School


  • classical and modern sociological theory
  • the sociology and politics of gender
  • psychosocial studies


  • MA Sussex
  • PhD (Cantab.)