Tag Archives: research

July 14

Maria with the Red Hair

After I left sixth form, my dad died. After my undergraduate, my husband was in a coma in intensive care. And after getting my Ph.D we have had lots of family health problems and other traumas to contend with. Academia has been the last thing on my mind, and I certainly have a lot of […]

September 10

Revelations and the Researcher

¬†(Picture of performer¬†Delilah Jones). I first went to university in 2002 to study Philosophy at a Redbrick. I hated it. I danced at the same time and dropped out 18 months in. There is no way in hell I could have completed that degree. My father died a week before I started uni, and everything […]

January 13

Ph.D as The Starting Point

Yesterday I attended the bi-annual postgraduate sex work conference. This was organised by Professor Teela Sanders and is part of the Yorkshire Academic Sex Work Consortium. The line up was fantastic. I was very excited to hear Dr Kate Brown’s talk about doing a Ph.D. Given I am now in my final year and writing […]

October 26

Sex Work Conferences and Events 2016

Hi all, I will be updating this list. Please let me know if there are events you would like to be included. Always great to meet new researchers and catch up with familiar faces. I am on twitter @princessjack if you wish to connect. I list my papers here. 4th Postgraduate Sex Work Conference Location: […]

April 30

Prison Research Network

The Centre for Applied Social Research (ceASR) at Leeds Beckett University, has just launched the Prison Research Network. Details of the line up are here. The brain child of Bill Davies and Helen Nichols, the network is sure to provide a platform for a wealth of new research and new research collaborations. The papers were […]

April 21

Creative Research Methods

I think as researchers we constantly have to look for new ways in which to engage with our field and our participants. I’m a huge advocate of creative research methods, and will be updating this list of articles and links. 35-year-old OTTB teaches inmates to listen Learning From Elsewhere Using creative methods in research with […]

April 09

Women Who Buy Sex

There is an important research project going on looking at Women Who Buy Sex. Jointly funded by The British Academy and The Leverhulme Trust, this project will challenge current discourses surrounding buyers of sex. The team are Dr Sarah Kingston of Lancaster University, Dr Natalie Hammond of Manchester Metropolitan University, and Scarlett Redman, Research Associate […]