Talks and events on Everyday Austerity

Talking at the Incredible Women event, Manchester Museum, 2016


November 2017: Methods Fair, Manchester

November 2017: ‘Is Sharing Really Caring’?, Cardiff

November 2017: SPRU Freeman Seminar Series, Sussex University

November 2017: Geography, University of Central Lancashire

From the past 12 months:

Women in the Northern Powerhouse Workshop, Manchester, June 2016

September 2017: ‘The Personal is Political: Feminist Accounts of Everyday Austerity‘, Cultural Political Economy Conference 2017, Lancaster

June 2017: Morgan Centre Summer School, Manchester

June 2017: School of Law and Politics, Cardiff University

June 2017: Nordic Geographers Meeting, Stockholm

May 2017: Gender and Poverty Panel, Festival of Debate, Sheffield

May 2017: ‘Relationships Across Crises’, Discover Society Event, London

April 2017: ‘Gender, Care and the Economy’, Cafe Economique, Leeds

March 2017: Divas in Action, DivaManc event at Manchester Central Library

February 2017: ‘Austerity then and now: past, present and future geographies’, Geography Research Seminar Series, Edge Hill University

January 2017:’Feminist economic geographies of austerity: theory, method and activism’, Feminist Activism and Feminist Policy Seminar, London

November 2016: ‘Everyday Austerity: Family Life, Finance, and Facing Multiple Fronts’, Inequality, Wages and Finance, part of the Factor Income Distribution, Work and Employment: Social and Economic Perspectives ESRC Seminar Series, London

November 2016: Women’s Equality Party Conference 2016, Manchester

November 2016: ‘Mundane Methods: An Extra-Ordinary Event‘, ESRC Festival of Social Science, Manchester

November 2016: Contemporary Crafts and Textiles Research Networking Event, Leicester

November 2016: ‘The Gender Pay Gap’, Rotherham Town Hall, Sarah Champion MP Shadow Secretary for Women and Equalities

November 2016: ‘Feminist Economic Geographies of Austerity: Old Ideas and New Approaches’, Geography Research Seminar Series, Newcastle University