latest conference papers
Menstrual organization and embodied sustainability. Inaugural lecture series for St Andrews Network for Climate, Energy, Environment and Sustainability, University of St Andrews.
Organizing different blood differently: Uptake of the menstrual cup in urban young women. Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism (SCOS), Copenhagen Business School.
Performative ‘menstruality’: Neoliberal productivity and the recurrent enclosure of the female reproductive body. Gender, Work and Organization conference, University of Kent.
earlier conference papers
Menstruation and embodied sustainability. Universities of Bath and Essex. Body of Work series funded by the Wellcome Trust. (2019)
Menstrual cup use in urban young women: The simultaneous disruption and reproduction of menstrual stigma. Menstruation Research Network conference, University of St. Andrews.
2019. Menstrual activism as redistributive remedy. International Critical Management Studies conference, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK. (2019)
The ‘permission field’: Changing norms surrounding menstruating at work. International Critical Management Studies conference, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK. (2019)
Menstrual materiality: Changing the permission field in the workplace. Menstruation Symposium, University of St. Andrews. (2019)
Menstrual activism and the sisterhood. Gender, Work, and Organization Conference, Macquarie University, Sydney. (2018)Towards a menstrual commons: Acknowledged female cyclicity as a disruptor of patriarchal capitalism. Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism. La Sapienza University, Rome. (2017)
Red Tents: A brief history of menstrual activism and thoughts for the future. Science Gallery event, The Future of Menstruation, University of Melbourne. (2017)
Keynote: Menstruation, capitalism, and the sisterhood. Justisse Fertility Awareness Educators Conference, Vancouver Island, Canada. (2017)