Robyn Long is the Research Assistant for the Connectors Study. She is currently completing an MA in Sexual Dissidence at the University of Sussex, researching sexual citizenship and global politics, drawing together themes from political sociology and gender studies. Robyn has a background working in academic libraries, training and developing staff, and supporting students and researchers of all levels with digital research, literature searching and reviews, and referencing. She is hoping to continue to doctoral study, questioning the ways that queer and crip theories might help us understand political citizenships.
Sexual subjectivities within neoliberalism: Can queer and crip engagements offer an alternative praxis?
Long, Robyn. 2018. Sexual subjectivities within neoliberalism: Can queer and crip engagements offer an alternative praxis? Journal of International Women's Studies, 19(1), pp. 78-93.