Miss Hannah Miles

PhD Student

Hannah is a PhD student within the Supportive Care, Early Diagnosis and Advanced Disease (SEDA) research group.  Her research explores maternal and child health inequalities. 

2007 (with Clisby, Holdsworth and Fairbank) Breakthrough: Researching Gendered Experiences of Education and Employment in Yorkshire and Humberside, published by the European Social Fund through the University of Hull as a series of five reports. 



  • Gender, Confidence and Mental Well-Being

  • Gender, Education, Training and Aspiration

  • Motherhood: Choices and Constraints ISBN

  • Women’s Experiences of Work: Breaking Through the Barriers

  • Transforming Women’s Lives: the Roles of Women’s Community and Voluntary Services in the Yorkshire and Humber Region ISBN

  • PDF versions are available from: Research Project Breakthrough


2005 Miles H and Archibald K Do not feed the students they might write in Lord, Michaela and Carter, Denise eds. 2006. Engagements with learning and teaching in higher education: a view from anthropology. Birmingham: Higher Education Academy. ISBN 1902191307