Dr Sam Carroll
|Post:||Project Worker (Centre for Life History and Life Writing Research)|
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Sam has a doctorate in Life History Research from the University of Sussex. She graduated in July 2011. She completed an MA in Life History Research before that, graduating in Feb 2003.
Sam is an Associate Tutor and has taught on the MA in Life History Research, MA in Lifelong Learning and various open courses for CCE. She is a working group member for the the Centre for Life History and Life Writing and convenes the centre's seminar programme. She was conference coordinator for the 7th Biennial International Auto/Biographical Association (IABA) conference at the University of Sussex 2010
Sam is currently researching protest groups in post war Britain. She is especially focusing on a particular group; 'The Committee of 100' and looking at identity, structure and method within this innovative campaign and any influences it had on subsequent movements
Sam is an Associate tutor, currently teaching the open course 'Exploring Mass Observation'.
Carroll, Sam (2010) Danger Official Secrets and the Spies for Peace: Discretion and Disclosure in the Committee of 100. History Workshop Journal, Spring (69). pp. 158-176. ISSN 13633554
Carroll, Sam and Jones, River (2007) Researching Ourselves: a participatory exploration of the impact of a learning intervention for women returners. Ad-Lib, Journal for Continuing Liberal Adult Education (34). pp. 13-16. ISSN 13616323
Carroll, Sam (2005) Brighton Womens Peace Camp, 1983: Second Wave Feminism and the Womens Peace Movement. University of Sussex Journal of Contemporary History, 8 (Winter).
Carroll, Sam (2004) I was arrested at Greenham in 1962: Investigating the oral narratives of women in the Committee of 100. 1960-1968. Oral History, 32 (1). ISSN 00940798