Dr Elizabeth Eustace 
Dr Elizabeth Eustace
Senior Lecturer in Communication
Business and Management
Room No: O1.41g
Telephone No: +44(0)29 2020 5621 
Email Address: eeustace@cardiffmet.ac.uk

Dr Elizabeth Eustace has worked at Cardiff Metropolitan University since 2004 as a Senior Lecturer.  After receiving a First Class Honours Degree at University of Glamorgan she continued her studies at Cardiff University where she gained a PhD in Language and Communication.  Externally, she is a Fellow of the HEA, member of the British Association of Applied Linguists (BAAL) and the Linguistic Ethnography SIG.   Internally, she is a member of Field Groups in Business Strategy, Human Resources and Research.  She is also an internal and external validator of courses

After completing her PhD at Cardiff University she worked part time for the Open University teaching Language and Literacy studies.   During this time she also worked as a communication consultant to business organizations as well as developing and delivering training courses in communication.  She also worked with the Work Foundation on their management development programmes.


At Cardiff Met she was initially responsible for the writing, development and leadership on Academic Literacy, and second year modules on Employability for the School, and European Cultural Issues for the undergraduate International Business Management programme.   


She now teaches on the MSc in Management, leading on Global Business, Culture and Diversity, Communication and Knowledge, Communication in Workplace, Research Methodology and Dissertations.  She also contributes on other modules on the programme.    

Elizabeth is a member of the Institute of Social Innovation at Cardiff Met and her research interests are within a framework of social justice through  critical discourse analysis, the study language use and social relations of power.  Her research concentrates on attitudes to language and identity, aesthetic and emotional labour and the impact of discourses of power in business environments, and how individuals might resist or contest them.