- Bachelor of Social Science (BSoc.Sc, hons) Sociology and Politics, Keele University.
- PhD, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST). PhD Thesis Title: 'Gendered Time and Financial Services Consumption'.
Awarded the Peake Teaching Award in 2005. This accreditation is awarded by Goldsmiths University, to staff that are assessed to have achieved teaching excellence. Awarded Goldsmiths Learning Enhancement Fellowship in 2010-2011, to design 'Reflective Practice Sociology Placements'.
Pamela Odih's undergraduate teaching specializes in the fields of cultural studies and research methods. She has taught, the following courses:
- Education and Social Control
- Leisure Culture and Society
- Culture and Society
- Researching Culture and Society
She has taught the following postgraduate courses:
- Theory, Concepts and Methods of Social Research
- Modelling Social Data I
- Consumer Citizenship and Visual Culture
Areas of supervision
She achieved PhD supervision training at Missenden Centre Buckinghamshire in 2003, and supervises PhD students across the range of her teaching and research specialism.
The significance of time/space to the regulation of subjects and construction of gendered subjectivity, with specific regards to consumption, advertising, organisational analysis and educational policy.
I am currently writing a series of monographs informed by my decades of critical research into gender, finance capital and advertising inscriptive technologies. My forthcoming monograph, in this Adsensory series, will be borne from Marxist ecofeminist auto-ethnographic encounters and is entitled: "Adsensory Urban Ecology".
Odih, Pamela. 2010. 現代與後現代時代的廣告 (Mandarin translation of "Advertising in Modern and Postmodern Times"). Taiwan: Weber Publication International:TCS. ISBN 65306;9789866338182
Knights, David and Odih, Pamela. 2013. It's a matter of Time: The Significance of the Women's Market in Consumption. In: Douglas Brownlie; Mike Saren; Robin Wensley and Richard Whittington, eds. Rethinking Marketing. Towards Critical Marketing Accountings. London: Sage, pp. 126-145. ISBN 978-0803974913
Odih, Pamela and Knights, David. 2002. Now's the Time! Consumption and Time-Space Disruptions in Postmodern Virtual Worlds. In: Richard Whipp; Barbara Adam and Ida Sabelis, eds. Making Time: Time and Management in Modern Organizations. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 61-76. ISBN 0199253706
Odih, Pamela. 2013. Détournement á la Mode Situationist Praxis: History and Present of Cultural Political Resistance to the Psychology of Advertising Spectacle. Journal for Cultural Research, 17(4), pp. 1-35. ISSN 1479-7585
Sabelis, Ida; Nencel, Lorraine; Knights, David and Odih, Pamela. 2008. Questioning the Construction of 'Balance': A Time Perspective on Gender and Organization. Gender, Work and Organization, 15(5), pp. 423-429.
Odih, Pamela. 2002. Mentors and Role Models: masculinity and the educational 'underachievement' of young Afro-Caribbean males. Race Ethnicity and Education, 5, pp. 91-105. ISSN 13613324
Knights, David and Odih, Pamela. 1995. `It's About Time!' The Significance of Gendered Time for Financial Services Consumption. Time & Society, 4(2), pp. 205-231. ISSN 0961-463X
Odih, Pamela. 2019. #FassonStRedGoldBrickLane; Graffiti Ethno-map of Fashion Street’s Colonial History. Spitalfields Life: @thegentleauthor, London.