Prof. Dr. Jill Bradbury
Jill Bradbury is Associate Professor of Psychology and Assistant Dean of Humanities for Teaching and Learning at the University of the Witwatersrand. She works at the intersection of the fields of narrative psychology, identity theory and socio-historical cognitive psychology. She is particularly interested in intergenerational processes of learning and change at both individual and societal levels. Much of her work has been in relation to interdisciplinary curriculum development and questions of transformation in higher education in South Africa.
- Bradbury, Jill, and J. Clark (forthcoming). “Echoes of the Past in Imaginings of the Future: The Problems and Possibilities of Working with Young People in Contemporary South Africa.” Global Studies of Childhood.
- Bradbury, Jill (2012). “Narrative Possibilities of the Past for the Future.” Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 18(3). 341-350.
- Frankish, T., and Jill Bradbury (2012). “Telling Stories for the Next Generation: Trauma and Nostalgia.” Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 18(3). 294-306.
- Bradbury, Jill, and S. Ndlovu (2011). “Dangerous Liaisons: Ties that Bind and Lines that Divide.” PINS (Psychology & Society) 42. 3-20.
- Bradbury, Jill, and R. Miller (2010). “Narrative Possibilities: Theorizing Identity in a Context of Practice.” Theory and Psychology 20(5). 687-702.