I currently teach modules on European Integration, European Union Policy Making, British Politics and British Political Economy at the University of Warwick.


I am interested in developing innovative pedagogy, with an attention to the variation in learning styles of students. I have used simulation, project based and peer led learning approaches.


Current Research

My current work focuses on building upon the findings of my dissertation to explore the impacts of the gendered nature of European economic governance. I am interested in questions of authority and legitimacy, as well as with broader questions on the contemporary status of European integration. My work draws on intersectional feminist approaches.


Recent publications:

2018 Making sense of austerity: the gendered ideas of European economic policy. Comparative European Politics OnlineFirst (Winner of the CEP/CES-GPE 2018 Early Career Scholar Prize)


Recent and forthcoming conference papers

In May 2018: ECSA-C Toronto, I presented my forthcoming co-authored paper for the JCMS Annual Review

In May 2018: I presented current work on depoliticisation in European Economic Governance at EUIA Brussels