Eva Mikuska

Senior Lecturer

Childhood Studies

University of Chichester

Early Years, Lectuing, Research - emotion and learning, Emotional labor

At the beginning of the Yugoslavian war, I came to live in the UK in 1992. After working in various early years settings for more than a decade, I have joined University of Chichester in 2010 as a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Education, Health and Social Science. My work seeks to broaden current views on early childhood education and care in England with the aims to produce a more generative, ethical, and political way to enact ECEC research. My language skills (native Hungarian, and Serbo-Croat) and my research enables my work to have synergy with a national and international set of ECEC researchers. Orcid ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2486-9643

EdD Professional Doctorate in Education MA in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education; EYT - Early Years Teacher; BA(Hons) in Teaching and Learning;

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  1. Mikuska, Eva (2014) The relationship between higher education, emotion and gender: a qualitative study using text and interviews. Research Methods.
  2. Mikuska, Eva (2013) Emotions as a specific aspect of Higher Education. In: CNR-NOVELLA research day - To think is to experiment, 1 May 2013, University of East London. (Unpublished)
  3. Mikuska, Eva (2013) Enter the world of the student's emotion. In: Research and Scholarship Conference, 03 Jul 2013, University of Chichester, Bognor Regis Campus. (Unpublished)
  4. Mikuska, Eva (2013) Epistemological issues which are fundamental to examining how mature students experience their undergraduate degree in the UK. Doctoral thesis, London Metropolitan University.
  5. Mikuska, Eva and Kurowski, Andre A. (2014) Mature students’ stories: a study investigating the complexity of interpretation. In: To Think is to Experiment, 30 April 2014, Centre for Narrative Research (CNR), in collaboration with NOVELLA (Narratives of Varied Everyday Lives and Linked Approaches), University of East London.
  6. Mikuska, Eva (2014) “Because I am a Mother, I am a better practitioner”: An unexpected theme arising from the analysis of pilot study. In: Society for Research into Higher Education, 9-10 December, Newport.
  7. Mikuska, Eva (2016) Your Emotional, Personal Life and Your Achievements as an Undergraduate. In: The Early Years Handbook for Students and Practitioners: An essential guide for the foundation degree and levels 4 and 5. Routledge, London, pp. 3-15. ISBN ISBN-13: 978-1138776401
  8. Mikuska, Eva (2015) The Neo-liberal Undercurrent: Unpaid Staff or Volunteers and Their Impact on the Early Years Sector. In: Annual University Research Conference, 15/07/2015, Bognor Regis Campus. (Submitted)
  9. Mukadam, Yasmin and Mikuska, Eva (2016) Developing the practice of staff in partnership with employers. In: The Early Years Handbook for Students and Practitioners. Routledge, Oxon, pp. 43-60. ISBN 978-1-138-776395
  10. Mikuska, Eva (2016) Deconstructing the ‘voice’ of students studying early childhood education and care (ECEC) that informs the teaching and learning strategies in higher education in the uk context (Hangdekonstrukció az óvónőképzésben: óvodapedagógiai módszertan az egyesült királyságban) Book of selected papers. In: 10th International Methodological Conference, 2016, Subotica, Serbia.