|The use of activism to fight against sexual violence on university campuses in Ghana
An Analysis of Five Famous Algerian Women’s Accounts on Instagram in relation to the Identity Construction of Algerian Female Followers.
Sarah Anne Barrow
Negotiating Spaces: An Exploration of the Experiences of Black Muslim Women in the UK
|Understanding Coercive Control Within and Beyond the Domestic Environment
|Exploring the Representation of Self in Hijra Life Writing and Photography
|Gender, discourse and online identity in Weibo-based Chinese popular culture.
|Violence, trauma and memory: A creative ethnographic exploration of women's suffering
|Overturning of Roe v. Wade in the United States triggered
laws in Texas that made abortion illegal and how that is affecting women of childbearing age
|Women-only compartments in trains in China
|The self-representation of single women in urban China, precisely, the so-called ‘leftover women’ or ‘Sheng nü'.
|"Motherhood in contemporary China"
|How transnational Mediterranean literature by women, shapes a new sense of transnationality in Europe and challenges how we think of Europeanness.
|Exploring the experiences of the partners of non-citizen personnel serving in the British military.
|The Queering of Gender and Sexuality in a Digital Space.
|Trick or Treat? Victimhood and Agency in Postpartum Care Centres in contemporary China.
Fatima Zohra Habib-Zahmani
|Investigating Algerian Women YouTubers.
Exploring the convergence of gender, technology, and identity in a rapidly evolving landscape, this research delves into the realms of science fiction, challenging binary norms to envision a more inclusive future.
Exploring working mothers of the one-child generation and the division of unpaid and emotional labour in the mosaic family pattern in contemporary China.
|“A Girl Resembles a Bunny” Examining Representations of Women in Playboy Magazine (1953-2020)
|Confessional aesthetics in North American women’s self-representation on social media
“How do you make leukaemia visible? Well how do you?”: Participatory artistic methods and Jo Spence’s “The Final Project”
|‘Transnational ties and cross-continental connections: the West German feminist movement in global perspective (1968-1989)’
|Contemporary Chinese audiences’ responses to the representation of sex work in
Chinese films (1951-1994)
|Dissonance and the Queer Self in the Modern Indian Landscape.
|How female university students in China resist or compromise the influence of capital and power in the employment recruitment process.
|Recent successfully completed students and topics 'for interest'