Forthcoming: Bentley, L., and Papafilippou, V. (2020) ‘Engineering capital’, gender and graduate employment: the case of Jennifer and Marcus. In: Ingram, N., Abrahams, J., Bathmaker, A.M., Bentley, L., Bradley, H., Hoare, T., Papafilippou, V., and Waller, R. (2020) Moving on up? Mobility Narratives of the Degree Generation. Bristol: Bristol University Press.
Bentley, L. (2020) Jackie Goes Home. Working-class women: Higher education, employment and social (re)alignment. PhD thesis, UWE.
Bentley, L. (2018) A Working-Class Feminist’s Perspective of Navigating the ‘Classed’ Higher Education System. Bristol Inter-disciplinary Group for Education Research, [online]. 14th June.
Bradley, H., Abrahams, J., Bathmaker, A-M., Bentley, L., Hoare, T., Ingram, N., Papafilippou, V., and Waller, R. (2017) Paired Peers: Moving on Up? Year Three Project Report. Social Class and Graduate Trajectories Report. Bristol: the Leverhulme Trust.
Papafilippou, V., and Bentley, L. (2017) Gendered transitions, career identities and possible selves: The case of engineering graduates. Journal of Education and Work, 30 (8), pp. 827-839.
Bentley, L. (2017) The (Habitus) War Is Over… If You Want It? The Sociological Review, [online]. 7th December.
Papafilippou, V., and Bentley, L., (2016) Exploring the ‘possible selves’ available to male and female engineering graduates. Report. Bristol: Centre of Employment Studies Research Review.
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