Policy Press

Publishing with Purpose

Emma Craddock

Emma Craddock is Senior Lecturer in Health Research at Birmingham City University. Her research utilises a feminist methodology and a combination of qualitative research methods to produce an in-depth exploration of the ‘making’ and ‘practising’ of local anti-austerity activist cultures.
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Living Against Austerity

A Feminist Investigation of Doing Activism and Being Activist

This engaging study of anti-austerity protest provides a valuable feminist perspective on activism at a time when austerity policy is disproportionately impacting women. It brings together lived experiences of activist culture and contextual analysis to explore the motivations and emotions associated with it—both positive and negative.

Bristol Uni Press