Lecturer in Geography, Queen Mary University of London

I am an interdisciplinary feminist social scientist with interests in political geography and International Relations. My research explores themes of gender, reproduction, inequality, and political boundaries. I joined QMUL in September 2019 from the Geography Department at Durham University where I worked from 2015-2019. At QMUL, I am a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow and Lecturer with an additional affiliation to the Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences.

I am currently working on a project about the geographies of cross-border abortion access, pro-choice activism and state reproductive control. I’m interested in the technological, medical, and political trends that are expanding abortion access beyond traditional state boundaries, as well as the ways states respond to these newer supra-national patterns of access. I am motivated by an intellectual interest in the political and economic processes that sustain gender inequalities and a personal commitment to feminist political change and reproductive justice.

Experience

  • –present
    Lecturer in Geography , Queen Mary University of London

Education

  • 2014 
    University of York, PhD in Politics