I am a second-year doctoral researcher in the school of Philosophy, Religion and History of Science, funded by the White Rose College of Arts and Humanities. Prior to this, I undertook a BA in Theology and Religious Studies and an MA in Religion and Public Life.
My doctoral research is a cross-disciplinary project with a focus on gender, womanhood, Catholic identity, sex work, and anti-trafficking organisations in the Republic of Ireland. I have a keen interest in Irish experiences of gender and sexuality, secularisation, social justice, nationalism and the state, and explore these through qualitative research methods.
I am currently recruiting participants for interviews. If you work within a Catholic organisation in Ireland and wish to participate, please contact me via the email address on this page.
- Irish identity and social history
- gender and sexuality
- women religious
- sex work and religion(s)
- anti-trafficking and religion(s)
- secularisation theories
- state religion and social change
- religion and public life
- Catholicism in contemporary Ireland
- MA Religion and Public Life
- BA Theology and Religious Studies