I am interested in how global minority world families are experiencing, and responding to, climate change in everyday life. Drawing on theories of risk, Foucault's governmentality and queer ecofeminism, my study employs a mixed qualitative methodology in dialogue with UK-based climate activist parents.
PhD Sociology, University of Edinburgh, 2019 - 2022. Supervised by Dr. Rachel Howell and Prof. Lynn Jamieson
MSc by Research in Sociology, University of Edinburgh, 2018 - 2019, Distinction
BSc Environmental Management (Hons), Birkbeck, University of London 2014 - 2018, First Class
ESRC +3 PhD Scholarship, 2019 - 2022
Best Geography/Environmental Dissertation prize, Birkbeck, University of London, 2018
Birkbeck East Prize (Geography), 2015
Book review: Sustainable Consumption Key Issues, Middlemiss 2018. Local Environment https://doi.org/10.1080/13549839.2018.1555580
Sustainable Development 1a - senior tutor (Semester 1, 2020/21)
Sustainable Development 2a - senior tutor (Semester 2, 2019/20)
Sustainable Development 1a - course tutor (Semester 1, 2019/20)
Sustainable Development 2a - course tutor (Semester 2, 2018/19)
British Sociological Association Annual Conference 2021 - Presentation: 'Parenting, Resilience and Climate Futures'
European Sociological Association Annual Conference 2021 - Co-ordinator of Joint Session 'Feeling 'the Global' through families and personal relationships'
Environment, Environmental Sociology, Sustainability, families, Social capital, Gender and parenting, Activism, Queer Theory, Feminist Theory