Emma Smith

PhD Student and associate lecturer


Emma Smith is a third-year PhD student and associate lecturer at the University of Worcester. Originally from the United States, Emma received a BA in Anthropology in 2014 from the University of Georgia and a Masters of Public Health in 2018 from the University of Dundee. Her current research concerns understanding the experiences of individuals in recovery from substance use using digital Photovoice. Emma’s research interests include recovery pathways, healthcare inequalities, social action, visual research methods, ethical research practices, and participatory action research.