Peer Reviewed Journal Articles 

(2016) “Intersectionality and Press Coverage of Political Campaigns: Representations of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Female Candidates at the UK 2010 General Election”, International Journal of Press/Politics

(2016) “Seeing Double: Race, Gender and Coverage of Minority Women’s Campaigns for the US House of Representatives”, Politics & Gender, volume 12, issue 02, pp. 317-343.

(Forthcoming) “Are you tough enough?’ Performing gender in the UK leadership debates 2015”, Media, Culture & Society, with Emily Harmer & Heather Savigny

Book Chapters

(2016) “Media framing of Black women’s campaigns for the US House of Representatives in 2012” in Distinct Identities: Minority Women In US Politics, Eds. Nadia E. Brown & Sarah Allen Gershon, London: Routledge

(2014) “The 2009 British MPs’ Expenses Scandal: Origins, Evolution and Consequences” in The Political Costs of the 2009 British MPs’ Expenses Scandal, Ed. Jennifer vanHeerde-Hudson, co-authored with Jennifer vanHeerde-Hudson, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

Policy Reports 

Case Study: The Women in Leadership coalition – lessons learned on thinking and working politically and advocacy for the ratification of CEDAW in Tonga, Pacific Leadership Program/ DFAT, (with Jennifer vanHeerde–Hudson)

Contributor, Confronting Gender Inequality: Findings from the LSE Commission on Gender, Inequality & Power2015

Election Analysis Funded by Fawcett Society, co-authored with Heather Savigny (Bournemouth University), covered by The Guardian and discussed by the APPG for Women in Parliament, 2015

Contributor, Education Beyond the Straight and Narrow: LGBT Students’ Experiences in Higher Education, National Union of Students, 2014


“Gender Quotas in the Shadow Cabinet”, LBC Radio interview, October 2010

“Should Women be Given a Shortcut to the Top?” Cosmopolitan, October  2010

Conference Presentations

Signs of Progress: BAME Women at the 2010 General Election, Politics & Policy Conference, September 15th-15th 2015, Bristol

Framing Conservative BAME Women, Rethinking Right-Wing Women Conference, June 29th-30th 2015, University of Oxford

Figuring BAME Women in British Politics, Doing Justice to Figures and Figuration, June 9th 2015, London School of Economics

Double Disadvantage? National and State-wide Newspaper Coverage of Minority Female House Candidates at the U.S. 2012 General Election, American Political Science Association 2014 Annual Meeting, Washington, DC

A Double Disadvantage? The Double Bind and News Coverage of Minority Ethnic Women as Parliamentary Candidates, ECPR 2013 General Conference, Bordeaux

Invited talks are also listed on my CV.