Dr Jane Lewis has worked as a lecturer at London Metropolitan University for over 20 years. Jane is a Senior Lecturer in Sociology and course leader for the Professional Doctorate in Researching Work and has wide experience of teaching sociology, social policy and geography at under-graduate and post-graduate levels. Jane's PhD research focused on women in the labour market in the UK.
Jane's main teaching interests are in urban sociology and social and spatial inequalities, globalisation and global inequalities, labour markets and the changing nature of work and housing and urban regeneration policy. Jane teaches the core sociology level 5 module, Global Inequalities in the 21st Century and the level 6 module Housing and Homelessness Policy. Jane also teaches on the level 4 Social Problems and level 6 Housing Issues modules and is module convenor for the sociology dissertation.
- Lewis. J (2017) Inequalities in European Cities. Chapter in Isaacs. S (ed) European Social Problems. Routledge. London
- Lewis J (2015) in Aumayr-Pintar. C et al Developments in working life in Europe. EurWork Annual Review.
Dr Jane Lewis
Senior Lecturer Sociology
Course Leader Professional Doctorate Researching Work