Riadh Ghemmour



College: College of Social Sciences and International Studies
Discipline: Education
Department: Graduate School of Education

I hold a BA in Anglo-Saxon Civilisation, Literature and Linguistics, and an MA in Applied Linguistics from the University of Mostaganem (Algeria). After that, I joined the University of Exeter in 2017 to pursue my PhD. I completed my MSc in educational research in 2018 and now I am a doctoral researcher investigating Algerian MA students' lived experiences in learning about research methods and writing their MA dissertations in an EFL context, using Paulo Freire's Critical Pedagogy as a framework. I am involved in different research and educational projects within and beyond the UoE, with focus on decolonisation through teaching, learning, curriculum development and activism. I am a co-founder and co-editor at Decolonial Dialogues. , a Student Fellow working with the Exeter Decolonising Network and an associate at the MA Education