I am a feminist geographer interested in exploring the intersections between intimacy, culture, and the political economy. I am particularly interested in interdisciplinary approaches to understanding intimate life, drawing on methods and perspectives from socio-legal studies, feminist theory, and cultural studies. My research interests include feminist architecture, queer domesticities, singleness and the geographies of solitude. My research falls within three broad areas:
- Geographies of gender and sexuality (particularly regarding the regulation of gender and sexuality in urban contexts)
- Intimacy and care (late-capitalist transformations of intimate life; friendship; non-normative forms of care; friendship; housing and home)
- Social theory (specializing in feminist and queer theory).