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Dr Cudworth, Erika

Contact details

Position: Reader

Telephone: 020 8223 7662

Email: Erika@uel.ac.uk

Contact address:

School of Law and Social Sciences (LSS)
University of East London
Docklands Campus
University Way
London E16 2RD

Brief biography

My research expertise lies in the areas of environment/society relations, human/animal relations and gender, where I am particularly interested in questions of intersectionality and the persistence of complex inequalities considered at various levels from grounded empirical studies, to global patterns and international relations theory. My empirical research has sought to examine the different and similar patterns which may be found in examining both cultural forms and material practices/institutions.

My teaching at UEL over the years has involved an extended reflection on the nature of political power and the relationship between different kinds of state and publics. I have been interested in feminist engagements with the state and the impact of various kinds of social movements on state structure and policy making. To what extent the ‘nation state’ is a dynamic and shifting set of relationships and institutions is one of my current concerns. I have taught state theory to upper and lower level undergraduates and have always enjoyed students engaging with and challenging current orthodoxies. I very much enjoy teaching international politics and sociology here at UEL and I do think, given the diversity and engagement of students and staff, this is a lively and interesting place for studying and talking politics.

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Activities and responsibilities

Programme Leader MSc International Relations

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Areas of Interest/Summary of Expertise

  • Environmental politics
  • Political ecologism
  • Posthumanism
  • Human relations with non-human animals
  • Feminist theory
  • Complexity approaches in the Social Sciences
  • Citizenship and social justice

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Teaching: Programmes

  • BA International Politics
  • MSc International Relations (Programme Leader)

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Teaching: Modules

Undergraduate Modules:

  •  AI1302 Politics, State and Society
  • AI3304 Women, Power and Politics
  • AI3000 International Politics Research Methods and Thesis/Project

Postgraduate Modules:

  • AIM414 Global Environmental Politics
  • AIM403 International Relations Dissertation

MPhil/PhD supervision:

Dr. Maxine Newlands ‘Environmental Direct Action and the Politics of Representation’ (awarded January 2013) http://jamescook.academia.edu/MaxineNewlands

I am currently supervising:

Camille Baragallo ‘Reproducing the Global City: Reproductive Labour in East London’
Mary Lodato ‘Institutional Abuse in Ireland: Survival, Redress and Recovery’
Dayjour Sefre ‘Experiences of Refugee Children and Communities in East London Schools’   
Alex Williams ‘Collective Agency and Social Complexity’

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Current research and publications

Current research and publications:

I am currently working on three projects.

First, my current empirical project in the area of animal studies is a study of companion animal relations using mobile methods (‘walk and talk’ interviewing and ethnography). I have completed data collection and am currently writing up the findings into papers. Provisional paper titles at the moment include:

‘On Muddied Living: Everyday practices in multispecies households’
‘Precarious Life: Risk, power, prejudice and companion species’
‘Posthuman Community in the Edgelands’
“I’m a Vegetarian, but She’s a Dog’- ambivalence, resistance and diet in multi-species households’

 I will also be writing about using mobile methodologies with more than human subjects.

Second, I am working on a co-authored book project with Dr. Matthew Cole from the Open University and co-founder of the website www.vegatopia.org. The book, Animalizing Sociology, will revisit ‘classical’ social theory with posthumanist lenses.

Third I am working on animals and institutionalised violence at various scales, from normative everyday practices (such as killing animals for meat) to beginning a new project developing further my co-authored work with Steve Hobden here at UEL in posthuman international relations – ‘the posthuman way of war’.

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Research archive

Books – single authored

(2011) Social Lives with Other Animals: Tales of Sex, Death and Love, Palgrave.
(2005) Developing Ecofeminist Theory: the Complexity of Difference, Palgrave. 
(2003) Environment and Society, Routledge.

 Books – co-authored

(forthcoming 2015) Animalizing Sociology: Posthumanist Readings of Classical Social Theory, (with Matthew Cole) Ashgate.
(2011) Posthuman International Relations: Complexity, Ecologism and Global Politics, (with Stephen Hobden) Zed Books.
(2007) The Modern State: Theories and Ideologies, Edinburgh University Press (with Tim Hall and John McGovern).

Books – edited

(2013) Technology, Society and Inequality: New Horizons and Contested Futures (ed. with Peter Senker and Kathy Walker) Peter Lang.
(forthcoming 2014) Posthuman Dialogues in International Relations (ed. with Stephen Hobden and Emilian Kavalski) Research Companion series, Ashgate.

 Articles in refereed journals

(2013) ‘Of Parts and Wholes: International Relations Beyond the Human’ Millenium Journal of International Studies, 42, 3: 430-450.
(2013) ‘Complexity, Ecologism and Posthuman Politics’ (with Stephen Hobden), Review of International Studies, 39, 3: 643-664.
(2012) ‘Foundations of Complexity, and the Complexity of Foundations: Beyond the Foundation/Anti-Foundational Debate’ (with Stephen Hobden) Philosophy of Social Sciences, 42, 2: 163-187.
(2012) ‘Securança do que e para quem? Desquilades mứltiplas e complexas e a polá˝·tica envolvida na securançe ambiental na Europa’, (with Stephen Hobden) Interfacehs, 6, 3: 117-131 (‘Securing What for Whom? Multiple Complex Inequalities and the Politics of Environmental Security in Europe’ (with Stephen Hobden), Interfaces)
(2011) ‘Walking the Dog: Explorations and Negotiations of Species Difference’ Philosophy, Activism, Nature, 8: 14-22.
(2011) ‘Climate Change, Industrial Animal Agriculture and Complex Inequalities’ The International Journal of Science in Society, 2, 3: 323-334.
(2011) ‘Beyond Environmental Security: Complex Systems, Multiple Inequalities and Environmental Risks’, (with Stephen Hobden) Environmental Politics, 20, 1: 42-59.
(2010) ‘Anarchy and Anarchism: Towards a Theory of Complex International Systems’ (with Stephen Hobden) Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 39, 2: 399-416.
(2010) “The Recipe for Love’? Continuities and Changes in the Sexual Politics of Meat’ The Journal for Critical Animal Studies, 8, 4: 78-99.
(2009) ‘The Politics of Arts and Events: Social Capital and “Community Cohesion” in East London’, (with Judith Burnett) Rising East Online: The Journal of East London Studies 9a, 15.
(2009) ‘Complexity Theory in the Social Sciences’, (with Stephen Hobden) The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences 4, 4: 59-69.
(2008) ‘The Good Citizen: Problematising Citizenship in the Social Sciences Curriculum’, (with Judith Burnett) Learning and Teaching: the International Journal of Higher Education in the Social Sciences Winter 2008 1, 3: 67-88.
(2008) ‘Archipelagic Nations: Situating Citizenship in Education’, (with Judith Burnett) The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences 3, 4: 145-154.
(2008) “Most Farmers Prefer Blondes’ – Dynamics of Anthroparchy in Animals’ Becoming Meat’, The Journal for Critical Animal Studies, 6, 1: 32-45. (to be reprinted in Serbian, 2013)
(2007) ‘Complexity Theory and the Sociology of Natures’, The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences 2, 3: 351-358.

Chapters in books

(forthcoming 2015) ‘On Ambivalence and Resistance: Carnism and Diet in Multi-species Households’, in A. Potts (ed.) Critical Perspectives on Meat Culture. Brill.
(in press 2014) ‘Challenging Systems of Domination from Below’ (with Richard White) in A. J. Nocella and John Sorenson (eds) The Critical Animal Studies Reader. Rodolpi.
(forthcoming 2014) ‘Beyond Speciesism: Theorizing the Social Domination of Other Animals’ in N. Taylor and R. Twine (eds) Critical Animal Studies. Routledge.
(in press 2013) ‘Feminism’ in C. Death (ed.) Critical Environmental Politics Routledge.
(in press 2013) ‘Complexity Theory and the Challenge to Anthropocentric International Relations’, in E. Kavalski (ed.) Complexity and Global Life. SUNY.
(2013) ‘Climate Change, Industrial Animal Agriculture and Complex Inequalities: Developments in the Politics of Food Insecurity’, in E. Cudworth, P. Senker and K. Walker (eds.) Technology, Society and Inequality. Peter Lang.
(2011) “Most farmers prefer Blondes’ – Entanglements of Gender and Nature in Animals’ Becoming-meat’, in R. Carter and N. Charles (eds) Human and Other Animals: Critical Perspectives. Palgrave.
(2010) ‘Complexity, ‘Nature’ and Social Domination: Towards a Sociology of Species Relations’, in J. Burnett, S. Jeffers and G. Thomas (eds) New Social Connections: Sociology’s Subjects and Objects. Palgrave.
(2010) ‘Educating the Outcast: Policy and Practice in the Education of Gypsy Traveller Children’, (with David Cudworth) in L. Ang, J. Trushell and P. Walker (eds.) Learning and Teaching in a Metropolis. Rodolpi.
(2009) ‘Environmental Insecurity’, (with Stephen Hobden) in H. Fagan, and R. Munck (eds.) The Encyclopedia of Globalization and Security: Volume One- Economic and Political Aspects. Praeger.(2009) ‘Nature, Culture, Technology: Myths and Inequalities in the Posthuman Zoo’ in J. Burnett, P. Senker and K. Walker (eds.) The Myths of Technology: Innovation and Inequality. Peter Lang.(2008) ‘Seeing and Believing: Gender and Species Hierarchy in Contemporary Cultures of Animal Food’ in D. Grummett and R. Meurs (eds.) Eating and Believing: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Vegetarianism and Theology. Continuum/T&T Clark.
(2007) ‘Introduction: More than an Abstraction The idea of the Modern State’ in The Modern State: Theories and Ideologies, Edinburgh University Press.
(2007) ‘Anarchism: the Politics of Anti-statism’ in The Modern State: Theories and Ideologies, Edinburgh University Press.
(2007) ‘Feminisms: the Gendering of the State’ in The Modern State: Theories and Ideologies, Edinburgh University Press.
(2007) ‘The ‘New Right’: the Minimal State’ in The Modern State: Theories and Ideologies, Edinburgh University Press.
(2007) ‘Futures: Theorizing the State in a Global Age’ in The Modern State: Theories and Ideologies, Edinburgh University Press.
(2004) ‘Women on Derive: Autobiographical Explorations of Lived Spaces’ (with Judith Burnett and Maria Tamboukou) in Women in Geography Study Group (eds.) Feminism and Geography Reconsidered. WGSG.

Book reviews

(2013) review of Chad Lanvin ‘Eating Anxiety: The Perils of Food Politics’, Times Higher Education(2013) review of Philip Monaghan ‘How Local Resilience Creates Sustainable Societies’, Resilience: International Policies, Practices and Discourses 1, 2: .
(2013) Review Essay ‘Armed conflict, insecurity and gender: the resilience of patriarchy?’ Resilience: International Policies, Practices and Discourses 1, 1: 69-75.
(2012) ‘Darling dog day’s journey into night’ review of Jessica Pierce ‘The Last Walk: Reflections on our Pets at the End of their Lives’, Times Higher Education, 22 November: 50-51.
(2009) ‘Humans spared by a whisker’ review of Marion Nestle ‘Pet Food Politics: the Chihuahua in the Coal Mine’, Times Higher Education, 22 January: 42.
(2005) review of Carol Adams ‘The Pornography of Meat’, Feminist Theory 6, 1: 99-101.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Peer-reviewed chapters in books

 

 

(forthcoming 2015) ‘Ecofeminism and Other Animals’, in M. Phillips (ed.) Ecofeminism. Routledge.

 

(forthcoming 2015) ‘On Ambivalence and Resistance: Carnism and Diet in Multi-species Households’, in A. Potts (ed.) Critical Perspectives on Meat Culture. Brill.

 

(in press 2014) ‘Challenging Systems of Domination from Below’ (with Richard White) in A. J. Nocella and John Sorenson (eds) The Critical Animal Studies Reader. Rodolpi.

 

(forthcoming 2014) ‘Beyond Speciesism: Theorizing the Social Domination of Other Animals’ in N. Taylor and R. Twine (eds) Critical Animal Studies. Routledge.

 

(in press 2013) ‘Feminism’ in C. Death (ed.) Critical Environmental Politics Routledge.

 

(in press 2013) ‘Complexity Theory and the Challenge to Anthropocentric International Relations’, in E. Kavalski (ed.) Complexity and Global Life. SUNY.

 

(2013) ‘Climate Change, Industrial Animal Agriculture and Complex Inequalities: Developments in the Politics of Food Insecurity’, in E. Cudworth, P. Senker and K. Walker (eds.) Technology, Society and Inequality. Peter Lang.

 

(2011) “Most farmers prefer Blondes’ – Entanglements of Gender and Nature in Animals’ Becoming-meat’, in R. Carter and N. Charles (eds) Human and Other Animals: Critical Perspectives. Palgrave.

 

(2010) ‘Complexity, ‘Nature’ and Social Domination: Towards a Sociology of Species Relations’, in J. Burnett, S. Jeffers and G. Thomas (eds) New Social Connections: Sociology’s Subjects and Objects. Palgrave.

 

(2010) ‘Educating the Outcast: Policy and Practice in the Education of Gypsy Traveller Children’, (with David Cudworth) in L. Ang, J. Trushell and P. Walker (eds.) Learning and Teaching in a Metropolis. Rodolpi.

 

(2009) ‘Environmental Insecurity’, (with Stephen Hobden) in H. Fagan, and R. Munck (eds.) The Encyclopedia of Globalization and Security: Volume One- Economic and Political Aspects. Praeger.

 

(2009) ‘Nature, Culture, Technology: Myths and Inequalities in the Posthuman Zoo’ in J. Burnett, P. Senker and K. Walker (eds.) The Myths of Technology: Innovation and Inequality. Peter Lang.

 

(2008) ‘Seeing and Believing: Gender and Species Hierarchy in Contemporary Cultures of Animal Food’ in D. Grummett and R. Meurs (eds.) Eating and Believing: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Vegetarianism and Theology. Continuum/T&T Clark.

(2007) ‘Introduction: More than an Abstraction The idea of the Modern State’ in The Modern State: Theories and Ideologies, Edinburgh University Press.

 

(2007) ‘Anarchism: the Politics of Anti-statism’ in The Modern State: Theories and Ideologies, Edinburgh University Press.

 

(2007) ‘Feminisms: the Gendering of the State’ in The Modern State: Theories and Ideologies, Edinburgh University Press.

 

(2007) ‘The ‘New Right’: the Minimal State’ in The Modern State: Theories and Ideologies, Edinburgh University Press.

 

(2007) ‘Futures: Theorizing the State in a Global Age’ in The Modern State: Theories and Ideologies, Edinburgh University Press.

 

(2004) ‘Women on Derive: Autobiographical Explorations of Lived Spaces’ (with Judith Burnett and Maria Tamboukou) in Women in Geography Study Group (eds.) Feminism and Geography Reconsidered. WGSG.

 

 

Book reviews

(2013) review of Chad Lanvin ‘Eating Anxiety: The Perils of Food Politics’, Times Higher Education

 

(2013) review of Philip Monaghan ‘How Local Resilience Creates Sustainable Societies’, Resilience: International Policies, Practices and Discourses 1, 2: .

 

(2013) Review Essay ‘Armed conflict, insecurity and gender: the resilience of patriarchy?’ Resilience: International Policies, Practices and Discourses 1, 1: 69-75.

 

(2012) ‘Darling dog day’s journey into night’ review of Jessica Pierce ‘The Last Walk: Reflections on our Pets at the End of their Lives’, Times Higher Education, 22 November: 50-51.

 

(2009) ‘Humans spared by a whisker’ review of Marion Nestle ‘Pet Food Politics: the Chihuahua in the Coal Mine’, Times Higher Education, 22 January: 42.

 

(2005) review of Carol Adams ‘The Pornography of Meat’, Feminist Theory 6, 1: 99-101.

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Other scholarly activities

I am book reviews editor of the journal Resilience: International Policies, Practices and Discourses http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/resi

 Keynote and invited talks

‘Agency and Structure in a Complex World’, Millennium annual conference 2012 Materialism and World Politics(with Steve Hobden), LSE, London, UK, October 20th -22nd2012.

‘Love With/In Domination: Social Relations with Companion Animals’, German Sociological Association Annual Congress, Ruhr Universität, Bochum, Germany, October 3rd-5th 2012.

 ‘Beyond Speciesism: sociology and the human domination of Other animals’, 2nd Annual European Conference for Critical Animal Studies, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, 15th-16th October 2011.

 ‘Complexity, Ecologism and Posthumanist Politics’ (with Steve Hobden) at the ‘Is Complexity the New Framework for the Study of Global Life’ workshop sponsored by the Rachel Carson Centre for Environment and Society, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich, 11th-12th February, 2011.

 ‘Foundations of Complexity, and the Complexity of Foundations: Beyond the Foundation/Anti-Foundational Debate in International Relations’ (with Steve Hobden) at the ‘Is Complexity the New Framework for the Study of Global Life’ workshop sponsored by the Academy for the Social Sciences in Australia and the Centre for Citizenship and Public Policy, University of Western Sydney, Australia, 19th-20th January, 2011.

 ‘Agricultural animals and the social relations of species’, School of City and Regional Planning, University of Wales, Cardiff, 17th March 2009.

 

Conference papers

‘Human Domination and Other Animals’ presented at the Anarchism and Other Animals panel at the Anarchist Studies Network 2.0 Conference, University of Loughborough, UK, 3rd-5th September 2012.

‘Towards a Posthuman International Relations’, (with Stephen Hobden) International Political Studies Annual Congress, Madrid, 8th-12th July 2012.

‘Killing Animals: towards a posthumanist sociology of violence’ British Sociological Association Annual Conference ‘Sociology in an Age of Austerity’, University of Leeds, UK 11th-13th April 2012.

‘Towards a Posthuman International Relations’, (with Stephen Hobden) ‘Confronting the Global’ conference, University of Warwick, 8th-9th September 2011.

 ‘Technology and Complex Inequalities: industrial animal agriculture, food insecurity and the environment’, presented as part of the Science, Technology and Inequality colloquium at the International Conference on Science in Society, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Madrid, Spain, 11th-13th November 2010.

 ‘Securing what for whom? Multiple complex inequalities and the politics of environmental security in Europe’ (with Stephen Hobden) presented at the European Consortium for Political Research 5th Pan European Conference on the EU, Universidad Fernando Pessoa, Porto, Portugal, 24th-26th June 2010.

 ‘Anarchy and Anarchism: Towards a Theory of Complex International Systems’ (with Stephen Hobden), presented at ‘Rethinking Anarchy: Anarchism and World Politics’, University of Bristol, 17th -18th June 2010.

 ‘Tracks and Trails in Everyday Lives: Love, space and community between the species’, presented at Animal Movements-Moving Animals symposium, University of Uppsala, Sweden, May 27th-28th 2010.

 ‘Foundations of Complexity, and the Complexity of Foundations: Beyond the Foundation/Anti-Foundational Debate’ (with Stephen Hobden) presented at the Political Studies Association Annual Conference, Edinburgh University, 29th March-1st April 2010.

 ‘Foundations of Complexity, and the Complexity of Foundations: Beyond the Foundation/Anti-Foundational Debate’ (with Stephen Hobden) presented at the International Studies Association Annual Convention, New Orleans, USA 16th-20th February 2010

 ‘Walking the Dog: Explorations with species in spaces’ presented at the Minding Animals conference, Newcastle, Australia, July 13th-18th 2009.

 “Most Farmers Prefer Blondes’ – intersections of capital, gender and nature in animals-becoming-meat’ presented at the Minding Animals conference, Newcastle, Australia, July 13th-18th 2009.

 ‘Complexity Theory in the Social Sciences’ (with Stephen Hobden) presented at the Fourth International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, University of Athens, Greece, 4th-7th July 2009.

 ‘Animal Passions: Gender and species relations in the life of a woman artist’ (with Maria Tamboukou) presented at the Meat Animal Meet conference, University of Uppsala, Sweden, May 21st-23rd 2009.

 ‘Beyond Environmental Security: Complex systems, environmental risks and social intersectionality’, (with Stephen Hobden) paper presented on the Environmental Security panel at The British International Studies Association Annual Conference, University of Exeter, 15th-17th December 2008.

‘Archipelagic Nations: Situating citizenship in education’ (with Judith Burnett) paper presented to the Third International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Monash University Centre, Prato, Italy, 25th-27th August 2008.

 'The Cat and Her Woman: Gendered interpolations of species relations’ (with Maria Tamboukou) paper presented to Women’s Worlds 2008, Complutense Universidad Madrid, Madrid, Spain, 4th-8th July 2008.

‘Situating Citizenship in Education: Archipelagic nations in a cosmopolitan city’ (with Judith Burnett) paper presented to the 38th World Congress of the International Institute of Sociology, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, 26th June-1st July 2008.

 “Most Farmers Prefer Blondes’ – entanglements of gender and nature in animals’ becoming-meat’ paper given at The British Sociological Association Annual Conference, Social Worlds, Natural Worlds, University of Warwick, 28th-30th March 2008.

 ‘Fleshy Desires: Tales of sex and gender in the representation of meat’ paper given at Feast! Representations of food in text and image conference at National Institute for Excellence in the Creative Industries, University of Wales, Bangor 24th-25th November 2007.

 ‘Complexity Theory and the Sociology of Natures’, paper given at The Second International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, University of Grenada, Spain 10th-13th July 2007.

 Burnett, J., Clark, W., Cudworth, E., Gifford, C., Koster, S., and Watt, P. ‘The active citizenship project: defamiliarising and contesting the social’, panel session at The British Sociological Association Annual Conference, Social Connections, Identities, Technologies, Relationships, University of East London 12th-14th April 2007.

‘Theorizing Social Natures: Complexity theory and social domination’ paper given at The British Sociological Association Annual Conference, Social Connections, Identities, Technologies, Relationships, University of East London 12th-14th April 2007.

 ‘Invisible Animals: Gender, difference and absence in the cultural texts of meat’, paper given at the Food and History: Health, Culture, Tourism and Identity conference, University of Central Lancashire, 29th June-1st July 2006.

‘Undergraduate Students Doing Citizenship: Observations and issues arising’ (with Judith Burnett) Teaching and Learning Conference, University of East London, 29th June 2006.

‘Working with Schools: Active Citizenship for Undergraduate Students’, symposium (with J. Burnett, C. Gifford and P. Watt) at Civic Engagement and Understanding: Citizenship and Placement Education in the University conference, Crucible (Centre for education, human rights and citizenship) Roehampton, University of London 8th June 2006.

‘Hybridity beyond the Cyborg: Towards an Embodied Posthumanism’, paper given to the session Technonatures III: environments, spaces and places in the Twenty First Century at the 37th World Congress of the International Institute of Sociology, Stockholm, 6-9th July 2005

 ‘Women on Derive: Autobiographical explorations of lived spaces’ (with J. Burnett and M. Tamboukou) paper given to the session Wear in the Word: (Re) Materialising Gendered and Sexualized Geographies, of the Royal Geographical Society – Institute of British Geographers Annual Conference, London, 3rd-5th September 2003

 Business and consultancy:

I have undertaken funded research projects for Local Authorities in East London. These have led to a number of research reports:

Bands, Fairs and Fetes: an evaluation of community events in fostering Community Cohesion in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. (with J. Burnett) February 2008, London Borough of Tower Hamlets.

Stitching it Together – Engaging with Communities and Employment: an evaluation of International Women’s Week in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. (with J. Burnett) August 2008, London Borough of Tower Hamlets.

 The Cultural Olympiad, CREATE 08: an Economic and Community Impact Study. London East Research Institute, January 2009, The Five Boroughs Unit.

Media expertise:

Includes environmental ideas, issues, policy and protests; gender inequality and feminism; posthumanism; human-animal relationships including the meat and dairy industries and farmed animals, the killing and eating of animals and companion animals. My research on the latter has recently been featured in national media:

http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/style/homes_and_gardens/petscorner/article1035011.ece

http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/style/homes_and_gardens/petscorner/article1040449.ece

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