Dr Dvora Liberman joined the Oxford Centre for Socio-Legal Studies in 2019 as a Postdoctoral Researcher. She was previously a Research Fellow at the London School of Economics Law Department, after completing her PhD in partnership with LSE's Legal Biography Project and National Life Stories, British Library. Dvora is an oral historian and arts practitioner, and has developed numerous oral history and participatory arts projects with government departments, charities and cultural institutions in the UK, India, Australia, Bosnia, Israel and Palestine. She has shared the life stories of marginalised and unheard communities with a wide variety of audiences through theatre, film, books and exhibitions. Dvora holds an MA in Oral History and Documentary Filmmaking from the University of Sussex, and a Bachelor of Teaching from the University of Melbourne.
Equality and diversity in the legal professions, feminist socio-legal studies, oral history, life writing