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Leadership and intersectionality: constructions of successful leadership among black women school principals in three different contexts (2018)
Journal Article
Moorosi, P., Fuller, K., & Reilly, E. (2018). Leadership and intersectionality: constructions of successful leadership among black women school principals in three different contexts. Management in Education, doi:10.1177/0892020618791006. ISSN 0892-0206

Using intersectionality theory, the article presents constructions of successful leadership by three Black women school principals in three different contexts: England, South Africa and the United States. The article is premised on the overall shorta... Read More

New lands, new languages: navigating intersectionality in school leadership (2018)
Journal Article
Fuller, K. (2018). New lands, new languages: navigating intersectionality in school leadership. Frontiers in Education, 3, doi:10.3389/feduc.2018.00025

In the global context of deepening social and political divisions and at a time of growing forced displacement of people due to conflict, there is an ever increasing need for educators and school leaders to understand issues relating to equality and... Read More

Secondary school leadership preparation and development: Experiences and aspirations of members of senior leadership teams (SLTs) (2018)
Journal Article
Cliffe, J., Fuller, K., & Moorosi, P. (2018). Secondary school leadership preparation and development: Experiences and aspirations of members of senior leadership teams (SLTs). Management in Education, 32(2), 85-91. doi:10.1177/0892020618762714

In England, school leadership preparation has shifted from the National College and local authorities to teaching schools, their alliances and multi-academy trusts. Against this changing educational landscape, we investigate opportunities presented t... Read More

Women secondary head teachers in England: where are they now? (2017)
Journal Article
Fuller, K. (2017). Women secondary head teachers in England: where are they now?. Management in Education, doi:10.1177/0892020617696625. ISSN 0892-0206

The underrepresentation of women in secondary school headship in England and elsewhere is an early and longstanding theme in the women and gender in educational leadership literature. The purpose of this article is to report findings from a statistic... Read More

Women's leadership preparation within the senior leadership team (2015)
Journal Article
Fuller, K., Cliffe, J., & Moorosi, P. (2015). Women's leadership preparation within the senior leadership team. Planning and Changing, 46(3/4), 388-415

In England, despite making up 60% of the secondary school teaching workforce, women continue to be underrepresented in secondary school headship. In this paper, we focus on the experiences of women working in the Senior Leadership Team (SLT) as a sit... Read More

Looking for the women in Baron and Taylor's (1969) Educational administration and the social sciences (2014)
Journal Article
Fuller, K. (2014). Looking for the women in Baron and Taylor's (1969) Educational administration and the social sciences. Journal of Educational Administration and History, 46(3), doi:10.1080/00220620.2014.919903. ISSN 0022-0620

A search for women in Baron and Taylor's (1969) Educational administration and the social sciences [London: The Athlone Press] using feminist poststructural discourse analysis (FPDA) has revealed a changing discourse about gendered educational admini... Read More

Gendered educational leadership: beneath the monoglossic façade (2014)
Journal Article
Fuller, K. (2014). Gendered educational leadership: beneath the monoglossic façade. Gender and Education, 26(4), doi:10.1080/09540253.2014.907393. ISSN 0954-0253

Recent gender retheorisation has drawn on Mikhail Bakhtin's literary and linguistic theories of monoglossia and heteroglossia to reconcile seemingly contradictory gender discourses. Thus, girls/women and boys/men as they are biologically sexed might... Read More