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Lecturer in Media, Lancaster University

I am a Lecturer in Media at Lancaster University, UK. My research explores the cultural politics of the British monarchy, considering the role of the monarchy in producing consent for global inequalities and class power. My monograph, Running the Family Firm: how the monarchy manages its image and our money, is forthcoming with Manchester University Press (2021).

Experience

  • 2020–present
    Lecturer, Lancaster University
  • 2019–2020
    Postdoctoral fellow, Lancaster University
  • 2018–2019
    Lecturer, Lancaster University

Education

  • 2019 
    Lancaster University, PhD Sociology
  • 2014 
    Lancaster University, MA, Sociology & Gender and Women's Studies
  • 2013 
    Lancaster University, BA (Hons) Media & Cultural Studies

Publications

  • 2021
    ). ‘Monarchy is a Feminist Issue: Andrew, Meghan and #MeToo Era Monarchy’, Women's Studies International Forum
  • 2020
    ‘‘This is a tale of friendship, a story of togetherness’: The British Monarchy, Grenfell Tower, and Inequalities in The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea’, Cultural Studies
  • 2020
    ‘The Corporate Power of the British Monarchy: Capital(ism), Wealth and Power in Contemporary Britain’, Sociological Review
  • 2020
    ‘‘Queen of Scots’: the Monarch’s Body and National Identities in the 2014 Scottish Independence Referendum’, European Journal of Cultural Studies
  • 2020
    ‘Doing impact work while female: Hate tweets, ‘hot potatoes’ and ‘having enough of experts’’, European Journal of Women's Studies
  • 2019
    ''Queen's Day - TV's Day': the British Monarchy and the Media Industries', Contemporary British History
  • 2018
    ''Meghan's Manifesto': Meghan Markle and the Co-Option of Feminism', Celebrity Studies

Grants and Contracts

  • 2019
    ‘The Cultural Politics of the British Monarchy: Inequalities, Neoliberalism and the Elites’.
    Role:
    Postdoctoral Fellow
    Funding Source:
    Economic and Social Research Council