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Dr Gwyneth Lonergan

Lecturer

Department: Social Sciences

Gwyneth Lonergan

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  • Reproduction and the expanding border: pregnant migrants as a ‘problem’ in the 2014 Immigration Act, Lonergan, G. 26 Jan 2023, In: Sociology
  • Distinctive or Professionalised? Understanding the Postsecular in Faith-Based Responses to Trafficking, Forced Labour and Slavery in the UK, Lonergan, G., Lewis, H., Tomalin, E., Waite, L. 2020, In: Sociology
  • Transnational Communities for Dismantling Detention: From Manus Island to the UK, Boochani, B., Flores, D., Sibanda, A., Mujakachi, V., Huzzard, R., Cape-Davenhill, L., Sirriyeh, A., Lewis, H., Lonergan, G., Conlon, D., Bennett, B., Tofighian, O. 25 Mar 2020, In: Community Psychology in Global Perspective
  • Who is a 'temporary migrant'?: Deservingness, nationalism, and migrant access to the NHS, Lonergan, G. 10 Jan 2020
  • Reproducing the ‘national home’: gendering domopolitics, Lonergan, G. 2018, In: Citizenship Studies
  • migrant women and social reproduction under austerity, Lonergan, G. Feb 2015, In: Feminist Review
  • Spatial Politics: Essays for Doreen Massey (RGS – IBG Book Series), Lonergan, G. 11 Oct 2013, In: Social Movement Studies
  • Reproductive Justice and Migrant Women in Great Britain, Lonergan, G. Mar 2012, In: Women: A Cultural Review

  • Sociology PhD January 01 2016
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2022


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