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


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