Kate Stewart


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Personal profile


Kate is Associate Professor and Undergraduate Course Director in Sociology. 

Kate joined the University of East Anglia in August 2021. Previously, she was the Principal Lecturer in Sociology at Nottingham Trent University, having also held academic posts at the University of Nottingham, the University of Bristol and Cardiff University. 

She has been teaching sociology at UK Higher Education institutions for over 25 years, and her research and teaching has focussed on areas including research methods, medical sociology, the sociology of food, and the sociological study of veganism and animal use. 

Teaching Interests

Kate is the Undergraduate Course Director for Sociology. 

She teaches across the Sociology programme, and is module lead for the year 2 modules SOL-5009Y Qualitative and Participatory Research Methods, SOL-5002A Families and the Life Course, SOL5007B Social Policy & Social Justice and year 3 modules SOL6006B Critical Vegan Studies and SOL6001Y Dissertation.


  • Sociology (General)