writes on anarchism, feminism, utopianism, the politics of gender and sexuality, and more...
Current research interests include the history of anarchism, gender and sexual politics in Britain from the 1880s, and biographical research on poet, socialist and feminist, Elizabeth Gibson Cheyne.
What you'll find here
Material on this site includes published and unpublished items from the 1970s to the present. Uploading these is an ongoing project: new and archive material will be made available when ready. Links to articles on other websites also appear here. In future, research materials and links to works in progress will be added.
The Articles page lists all articles in chronological order of publication. These can also be found in the relevant topic pages (links top left).
Some of the articles listed on this site are available via links to other websites.
Articles recently made available for downloading as Word files:
NEW: available as download (now working!)
The Gender Politics of Anarchist History: re/membering women, re/minding men (2010). Paper given at the panel on Anarchism and Feminism, PSA conference, Edinburgh, April 2010. An expanded version will be made available on this site at a later date. [Discusses how gendered approaches to anarchist history can generate new ideas about anarchism past, present and future]
Desire, Delight, Regret: discovering Elizabeth Gibson (2008) Full version now available here.
NEW: Now available on this site
No Place For Women? Anti-utopianism and the Utopian Politics of the 1890s (2002) Geografisker Annaler 84 B, 2002, 3-4:31-39. [Discusses women’s fictional and non-fiction accounts of utopian experiments in 1890s England, and how these become stories which reinforce anti-utopian narratives.]
Last updated: 22 November 2010
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