CV

Employment

2013 -2016
University of Glasgow, School of Geographical and Earth Sciences
Postdoctoral Fellow in Feminist Geopolitics

2011-2013
Central Saint Martins
Associate Lecturer, MA Art and Science

2011-2012
University College London, Department of Geography
ESRC Postdoctoral Research Fellow (full-time)
‘Creating Common Futures – Embedding experimental methods for public engagement
with innovative technologies’,

2010-2011
University College London, Department of Science & Technology Studies
Teaching Assistant in Science Communication

2002
The Surrey Institute of Art & Design
Graduate Tutor in Fashion (Design research methods)

Education

2006 – 2010
PhD Geography, Open University, ESRC funded
‘Mutable Matter – An Experiment in Public Engagement with Nanotechnology’
(Thesis and art practice based public engagement ‘prototype’)

2005 – 2006
MSc Human Geography Research Methods, Open University Studentship
‘The Animal Lab – Communicating Issues around Genetic Modification
through Symbolic Practices’
(Dissertation and art practice based public engagement ‘prototype’)

2001 – 2003
MA Fashion, The Surrey Institute of Art & Design
‘Can Fashion Be Sustainable?’ (Series of three interventions)
‘Fashion as a Carrier of Resistance’ (Dissertation)

1998 – 2001
BA (Hons) Fashion, Bretton Hall, University of Leeds
‘Future Fashion – Between Pleasure and Responsibility’ (Dissertation & Portfolio)

I am also an ISSC World Social Science Fellow, treasurer of the RGS-IBG’s Race, Culture & Equality Working Group, an affiliate member of the Open University’s OpenSpace Research Centre and an associate editor of the Global Social Theory website. Until 2011, I was a STEMnet Science Ambassador for Physics. My art and music activities are covered in a separate CV.

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