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Dr Rachael Chapman

Senior Lecturer

Department: Social Sciences

ADSS Rachael Chapman Staffprofile 255Rachael Chapman is currently a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Social Sciences and Languages, Northumbria University. She was previously employed as a Senior Research Fellow at the Local Government Centre (Warwick Business School, Coventry) and at the Local Governance Research Unit (De Montfort University, Leicester). Prior to embarking on her PhD studies, Rachael held a research post at the Policy Research Institute (Leeds Metropolitan University).

Key Publications

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  • Audit of Faith Group Activities and Community Projects in the London Borough of Sutton, Chapman, R., Biddle, P., Moss, O., Irving, A., Cole, B. 31 Jan 2014
  • Searching for authenticity? Understanding representation in network governance: the case of faith engagement, Chapman, R., Lowndes, V. 18 Jun 2014, In: Public Administration
  • Understanding Faith-Based Engagement and Volunteering in the Postsecular Society: Motivations, Rationales and Translation, Chapman, R., Hamalainen, L. 18 Aug 2011, Postsecular Cities: Space, Theory and Practice, London, Continuum
  • Accountable, authorized or authentic? What do ‘faith representatives’ offer urban governance?, Chapman, R., Lowndes, V. 2009, In: Public Money & Management
  • Citizens of faith in governance: opportunities, rationales and challenges, Chapman, R. 2009, Changing local governance, changing citizens, Bristol, Policy Press
  • Faith and the voluntary sector in urban governance: distinctive yet similar?, Chapman, R. 2009, Faith in the Publc Realm: Controversies, policies and practices, Bristol, Policy Press
  • Democracy through multilevel governance? The implementation of the Structural Funds in South Yorkshire, Bache, I., Chapman, R. Jul 2008, In: Governance
  • Faith in Governance? The Potential and Pitfalls of Involving Faith Groups in Urban Governance, Chapman, R., Lowndes, V. 2008, In: Planning Practice and Research
  • The United Kingdom, Chapman, R. 2008, EU Cohesion Policy After Enlargement, Basingstoke, Macmillan


Politics PhD December 01 2005

PGR Supervision

Klaudia Mierswa Cosmopolitanism and asylum seekers in the European Union - Implementation of the asylum acquis in Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom from 1999-2015. Are EU Member States fulfilling their international and EU obligations? Start: 27/10/2015


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