2017                  “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, volume 22, issue 01, pp. 43-66, (impact factor: 2.468, ranked 31 /169 in Political Science)

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, (impact factor: 1.641, ranked 59/169 in Political Science)

2016                  “Are you tough enough?’ Performing Gender in the UK Leadership Debates 2015”, Media, Culture & Society (with Emily Harmer & Heather Savigny), volume 39, issue 07, (impact factor: 1.305, ranked 43/84 in Communication)


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” (with Jennifer vanHeerde-Hudson), in The Political Costs of the 2009 British MPs’ Expenses Scandal, Ed. Jennifer vanHeerde-Hudson, London: Palgrave Macmillan


2018                  Accountability for Gender Equality: Background paper prepared for the 2018 Global Education Monitoring Report Gender Review (with Elaine Unterhalter and Alice North), UNESCO

2018                  From Silos to Synergy: Learning from Politically Informed, Gender Aware Programs (with Helen Derbyshire, Sam Gibson, David Hudson and Chris Roche), Developmental Leadership Program

2016                  Lessons Learned on Thinking and Working Politically for the Ratification of CEDAW in Tonga (with Jennifer vanHeerde–Hudson), Australian Aid / Pacific Leadership Program

2015                  Contributor: Confronting Gender Inequality: Findings from the LSE Commission on Gender, Inequality and Power (Co-directors: Nicola Lacey and Diane Perrons), London School of Economics

2014                  Contributor: Education Beyond the Straight and Narrow, National Union of Students


  • “Public Perceptions of the Effectiveness of Gendered Development Interventions: Evidence from an Experiment”, with Jennifer Hudson, David Hudson, Harold Clarke and Marianne Stewart, aimed at Politics & Gender, (impact factor: 1.024, ranked 64/163 in Political Science and 17/40 in Women’s Studies).
  • “Transnational Feminism and the Sustainable Development Goals: Challenges and Opportunities for Transnational Activism”, with Rosie Peppin-Vaughn, aimed Gender and Development (impact factor: 1.353, ranked 24/55 in Planning and Development).
  • “Gendered Challenges and Opportunities for Women’s Coalitions: Tonga’s ‘Women in Leadership” Coalition and Advocacy for the Ratification of CEDAW’, with Jennifer vanHeerde-Hudson. Aimed at Gender, Work & Organisation (Impact Factor:1.325, ranked 10/40 in Women’s Studies).
  • “’Pestminster’, Politics and the Press: What’s the Problem?” aimed at International Journal of Press/Politics, (impact factor: 1.979, ranked 18 /163 in Political Science & 10/79 in Communication).
  • “Tracing the Evolution, Structure and Content of Gender and Institutions Research”, with David Hudson, Bridi Rice and Chris Roche, aimed at Politics & Gender, (impact factor: 1.024, ranked 64/163 in Political Science and 17/40 in Women’s Studies). Draft presented at 2017 Gender Institutions & Change Conference.
  • “Mediating Masculinity: Gender and Reporting on Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump’s 2016 Debate Performances”, with Emily Harmer and Heather Savigny, aimed at Politics and Gender, (impact factor: 1.024, ranked 64/163 in Political Science and 17/40 in Women’s Studies).

Invited talks are also listed on my CV.