My research can be (currently) grouped into three often over-lapping strands.
Firstly, I am interested in the gendered and racialised ideas underpinning economic policy making. This is work that began as my PhD project, and my forthcoming book is based on this research. I have already published some articles on related questions, in particular my papers in the Journal of Common Market Studies, and in Comparative European Politics.
Secondly, my research concerns the way that political and technical authority is generated and maintained. I am particularly interested in the way that this sort of authority and legitimacy is based on broader systems of social ordering, including race and gender. Some of the first pieces of this strand have been published in the Journal of Contemporary European Research, and in the European Journal of Politics and Gender.
Below is a list of my current published work, though GoogleScholar may sometimes be more up to date. If you would like a copy of any of these articles and don’t have institutional access, please get in touch and I’d be happy to share a copy.
- 2019 Expertise in European Economic Governance: A Feminist Analysis, Journal of Contemporary European Research (OpenAccess)
- 2018 The Intersectional Politics of Bullshit, European Journal of Politics and Gender
- 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)
- 2018 European Economic Governance in 2017: Whose Recovery is it Anyway? Journal of Common Market Studies Annual Review (w/ R. Cavaghan)