Recent staff books

GRC staff members have written books on a wide range of topics including women's political representation, political theory, science fiction, fatherhood, masculinities and marriage migration.

Recent books by GRC staff members

Recent staff journal articles:


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Recent staff conference presentations: 

  • Maud Perrier and Elaine Swan 'Appetite for Waste: Postfeminist Femininity, Food Saving and Women Food Social Entrepreneurs', paper presented at the Food is a Feminist Issue Conference: Media, Bodies, Appetites, York University, 30th June 2017
  • Elisa Wynne-Hughes, Jutta Weldes and Karen Desborough, ‘Street harassment and everyday in/security strategies in London and Cairo: ‘Inclusions, exclusions and negotiations with the state,’ paper presented at the European Workshops in International Studies, Cardiff, 8-9 June 2017, and at the British International Studies Association Conference, Brighton, 13-16 June 2017.
  • Professor Terrell Carver presented his paper '"Mere Auxiliaries to the Movement": Marx's and Engels's "Love Interest"' at the American Political Science Association (APSA) Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, USA, on 2 September 2016. The illustrated presentation was part of a panel on 'Gender and the "Great Man": Recovering the Wives of the Canon', co-sponsored by APSA sections Women & Politics Research and Foundations of Political Theory. 
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Recent doctoral student publications:

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Recent doctoral student conference presentations:

  • Rosie Nelson presented 'Bisexuality: Issues in Higher Education', at the LGBTQ+ Inclusivity in Higher Education Conference, Swansea University, September 2017
  • Rosie Nelson presented “Bi the way: Bisexuality's theoretical potential in feminist academia’ at the Gender and Feminisms at Bristol, conference Bristol, July 2017
  • Rosie Nelson presented 'It was like a lightswitch’: British perceptions of Realising and Voicing Queerness' at Gendered Voices, Bristol, May 2017
  • Rosie Nelson presented on the topic of ‘Monosexism and the Bisexual body’ at the Talking Bodies conference in May 2017
  • Karen Desborough gave a paper on 'The Global Anti-Street Harassment Movement: A Digitally-Enabled Feminist Politics of Resistance’ at the Gender & Digital Cultures Conference, Cardiff University, November 2016
  • Karen Desborough presented on 'What drives anti-harassment activism? Motivations, mobilisation and emotions' at the ‘Public Sexual Harassment of Women: Impacts, Activism & Justice Symposium, at London Metropolitan University, 11 October 2016
  • Rosie Walters presented her paper 'Relinquishing Control in Focus Groups: The Use of Activities in Feminist Research with Young People to Improve Moderator Performance' at the Nordic Summer School on Creative Methods in Girlhood Studies and Girl Work in Helsinki, August 2016
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