Caroline Osella (PhD)
With over 20 years’ experience in higher education, 4 books and 30+ peer-reviewed articles under her belt, Caroline is a seasoned academic and researcher.
As if that’s not enough, she’s supervised hundreds of Masters and PhD-level students to academic success, so she knows exactly what it takes to craft a winning dissertation, thesis or research project.
- Methodology: Qualitative
- Methods: Interviews, ethnography, case study analysis, discourse analysis, content analysis
- Typical research areas: Social sciences, arts and humanities, psycho-social studies, anthropology, gender studies
- Supported software: NVivo, LiveScribe
Caroline has served as a Research Associate at the University of Sussex, as a Principal Investigator at the New York University Abu Dhabi and as a Reader at SOAS, University of London. She has authored 4 books and 30+ peer-reviewed articles. Throughout her academic career, Caroline has devised and taught a range of courses and supervised hundreds of Masters and Doctoral-level students to successful completion. Simply put, Dr Caroline Osella knows how to craft a top-notch piece of research.
Caroline completed her BA in Social Anthropology with the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), achieving first-class honours. She then went on to complete her PhD in Social Anthropology, also with the LSE. Additionally, she’s completed training in writing skills with Writer’s HQ.