Georgia Lin is a DPhil student in Education and a Clarendon Fund Scholar. Her interdisciplinary research focuses on decolonising curriculums, critical research methodologies in higher education and its links to student activism movements for social justice.
Georgia holds an MSt in Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies with Distinction from the University of Oxford (Linacre College), also supported by the Clarendon Fund. She earned an Honours Bachelor of Arts with High Distinction degree at the University of Toronto (Diaspora and Transnational Studies and Critical Studies in Equity and Solidarity).
Outside of her DPhil work, Georgia is an experienced equity, diversity, and inclusion facilitator and choral scholar in Oxford.
Lin, G., Stevenson, K., Adcock, A., Cram, F., & Lawton, B. (Accepted). “Intergenerational resiliencies of young Māori sole mothers: A feminist analysis of Aotearoa New Zealand’s mental health provisions.” AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples.