Natasha Mauthner is a Reader in the Business School where she teaches courses on gender, work and organisation, as well as research methods. She trained as an undergraduate natural scientist, and postgraduate social scientist, at the University of Cambridge, and spent a year on a postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard University. She has held research and lecturing posts at the Universities of Edinburgh and Aberdeen. Her research interests focus on health and well-being, and gender, work and family.
She is currently engaged in a research project funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council that explores how work and family practices, identities and boundaries are being reconfigured through the use of digital devices and technologies.

Natasha has long-standing philosophical and methodological interests in the knowledge-making practices of qualitative researchers, and has written about interpretive, collaborative, data sharing and feminist practices. She is currently writing a book for Sage, with Andrea Doucet (Brock University, Canada) on the Listening Guide approach to narrative analysis.

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