Image of Gwyneth LonerganDr Gwyneth Lonergan

Research Associate

(BA (Hons) (Toronto), MA (Manchester), PhD (Manchester)

g.lonergan@sheffield.ac.uk

Room: Elmfield, 110

Telephone: 0114 222 6428 (external) 26428 (internal)

Profile

Gwyneth joined the Department of Sociological Studies in April 2017. Prior to this, she completed her PhD in Sociology at the University of Manchester, during which time she also taught on a wide range of undergraduate courses. Her PhD explored the impact of local geographies on migrant women’s activism in Manchester and Sheffield. Gwyneth’s research interests include migration, citizenship, neoliberal restructuring, gender and feminist theory, reproductive justice, critical race theory, and urban studies.

Research

Gwyneth is currently working with Hannah Lewis on the ESRC-funded project “Understanding the Role of Faith Based Organisations in Anti-Trafficking”. This project seeks to explore the growing role of FBOs in providing support to trafficked persons, as well as in campaigning and lobbying around trafficking, placing these activities within the context of ‘post-secularism’ as well as the emergence of ‘welfare pluralism.’

Publications

Publications since 2005

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Lonergan, G. (Forthcoming) Reproducing the ‘national home’: gendering domopolitics Citizenship Studies

Lonergan, G. (2015) Migrant Women and Social Reproduction Under Austerity Feminist Review 109: 124-143

Lonergan, G. (2012) “Reproductive Justice and Migrant Women in Great Britain” Women: A Cultural Review 23(1): 26-45

Other writing

Lonergan, G. (2017) Co-optation, resistance, and subversion: migrant support organisations under welfare pluralism Europe, migration and the new politics of (in)security https://newinsecurities.org/2017/04/10/co-optation-resistance-and-subversion-migrant-support-organisations-under-welfare-pluralism/

Lonergan, G. (2017) Why ‘Socialist’ Arguments Against Free Movement Don’t Add Up Novara Media http://novaramedia.com/2017/02/16/why-socialist- arguments-against- free-movement- dont-add- up/

Lonergan, G. (2016) Against Borders for Children: the expanding border and the family, Movements@Manchester, http://www.movements.manchester.ac.uk/against-borders- for-children- the-expanding- border-and- the-family/

Ferguson, R. and Lonergan, G. (2014) A collective responsibility: reproductive rights in crisis across Europe Red Pepper, http://europe.redpepper.org.uk/a-collective- responsibility-reproductive- rights-in- crisis-across-europe/

Lonergan, G. (2013) Book Review: ‘Spatial Politics: Essays for Doreen Massey’ Social Movement Studies 12(4): 489-490

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