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Cultural Sexism and the UK Higher Education Sector
(Taylor and Francis, 2019-03)
Despite the advances of the feminist movement, and wider structural legislative interventions, women remain under-represented at senior levels within academia and (some) women still experience both direct and indirect forms ...
Rape jokes aren’t funny: the mainstreaming of rape jokes in contemporary newspaper discourse
(Taylor and Francis, 2019-02-13)
The #MeToo campaign has reminded us that male sexual violence, harassment, and abuse towards women is not a new phenom- enon. But alongside the visibility of the perpetrators and experiences of myriad women, this recent ...
The Violence of Impact: unpacking relations between gender, media and politics
Engaging in public dialogue is a crucial part of the impact agenda, but what are the politics of this engagement? What happens when female academics engage with, or are reported by media, in disseminating their research? ...
Putting the studies back in to metal music studies
(Intellect Ltd, 2018)
Cultural sexism is ordinary: writing and re-writing women in academia
When we ‘write women’ in academia, the focus in much of the literature to date has been to write about women. The focus of this article is the writing of women themselves; to give voice to women's experiences as constructors ...
Sexual violence and free speech in popular music
(Cambridge University Press, 2019-05-01)
This article re-examines the use of arguments in favour of free speech when faced with difficult subjects in music, such as sexual violence against women. We present a new perspective on the 1985 US Senate Hearing on ...
The politics of normalising gendered violence: feminised austerity and masculinised wealth creation
(Bristol University Press, 2019-09)
According to UN data, 1 in 3 women worldwide are subject to violence. Yet male sexual violence often fails to be part of public discourse. To explore this relative silencing of discussion is to consider how media narratives ...