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Dr. Daniele Bobb

Dr. Daniele Bobb

Temporary Lecturer

Department: GSSW


Daniele Bobb is a Temporary Lecturer in the Institute for Gender and Development Studies: Nita Barrow Unit, at The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill.
Her PhD thesis focused on women’s negotiation and navigation of motherhood and work within a neo-liberal context. She completed a BSc. Psychology with Political Science (First Class Honours) and a Masters of Philosophy in Political Science at the Cave Hill Campus.
Dr. Bobb’s research and academic interests include gender and development, government and social policies, mothering, women and work. In this vein, she assisted with updating the Gender Equality Policy and Operational Strategy at the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), and has worked on many regional research projects including the compilation of data on gender relations, and a critical analysis, review and evaluation of existing National Gender Policies and Action Plans across CARICOM under the ‘Improved Access to Justice in the Caribbean (IMPACT Justice) Project


PhD. - Negotiating and Navigating Motherhood and Work: Voices from the Anglophone Caribbean - 2019

MPhil - Political Science - 2010

BSc. - Psychology with Political Science (1st Class Hons.) - 2006

Research Areas

Gender and Development, Mothering, Women and Work.

Teaching Areas

Women Leadership and Change in Developing Countries
Gender and Sexuality

Institute for Gender & Development Studies
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