I hold a PhD in Geography and an MSc in Urban and Regional Planning Studies. My research is grounded in feminist political economy. I draw on historical materialist and genealogical methodologies to guide my work, and qualitative methods to execute them. I am particularly interested in extending the boundaries of Feminist Political Economy through greater theoretical engagement with questions of decoloniality; racism; social reproduction and transnational feminism. Feminist theories with their attentiveness to power and everyday life help me to be reflexive, and combined with critical race theory, both make me attentive to the intersecting nature of geometries of power.