Katya Hosking is passionate about empowering people to learn, and is particularly interested in the ways diversity affects learners and teachers. She is currently the University’s Inclusive Curriculum Officer, and spends her time trying to persuade people that teaching inclusively just lets everyone get to the fun and challenging bits sooner. She is also studying part-time for an LLM in public law and human rights at the University of Bristol, which appeals to the side of her that spent ten years immersed in the abstractions of analytic philosophy. Having spent seven of those years teaching and studying in the US, she is also interested in similarities and differences between cultures of higher education.
Katya has degrees in Social & Political Studies from the University of Sheffield and Philosophy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and a Graduate Diploma in Law from the University of Glamorgan. She also has a dog (breed: black and white) and too many cats.