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Ali Malik

Lecturer in Criminal Justice, University of Leeds
My research interests include police governance, the role of experts in public and policing policy and diversity in policing. I join University of Leeds in May 2023. I have worked as Assistant Professor in Criminology and Policing at Northumbria University (2019-2023) and Associate Inspector for His Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary in Scotland (2017-2021). I have written extensively about police governance arrangements in Scotland following the amalgamation of local forces and the creation of the Scottish Police Authority in 2013. I have also assisted HMICS with thematic inspections on police governance, training and development and local policing. More recently, I have conducted research examining the impact of English as an additional language (EAL) on police recruitment, progression and specialist roles, funded by the Policing Uplift Programme.

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Ali Mamouri

Research fellow, Middle East studies, Deakin University
Researcher and writer on political philosophy, religiosity and secularism, extremism and terrorism. Graduated with a PhD in Philosophy and theology in 2008.

Research fellow at Deakin University and former lecturer at the University of Sydney.

Former lecturer at Tehran University, Qom University, Mustansiriya University, and other Irani and Iraqi universities, and former teacher in Qom and Najaf religious seminaries.

Publications appear in several academic and journalistic platforms in English, Arabic and Persian:
- Author contributor in "Minorities in Iraqi: Memory, Identity and Challenges":
http://masaratiraq.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Minorities-in-Iraq.pdf
- Author of "Political Philosophy of Shiite with Emphasis on Muhammad Baqir Al-Sadr Thought" (Persian)
- Author contributor in “Fundamentalism and Salafism” (Persian)
- Author contributor in "Essays on Modern Islamic Theology" (Persian)
- Editor and Author contributor of "Safavid: Culture and Civilisation” (Arabic)
- Author of several encyclopedias' articles in:
The Great Islamic Encyclopedia: http://www.cgie.ir/intro.html
Encyclopaedia of Islamic World: http://www.encyclopaediaislamica.com/

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Ali Matin

Department of Civil and Construction Engineering, Swinburne University of Technology

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Ali M. Bramson

Assistant Professor of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences, Purdue University
Dr. Bramson studies processes that affect the surfaces of solid bodies in our solar system. She tackles these problems using a combination of spacecraft remote sensing observations and theoretical modeling, supplemented by occasional field work at terrestrial analog sites and experimental studies. Her research on Martian mid-latitude ice is helping to shape the future of in situ resource utilization and human exploration of Mars.

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Ali Pourmousavi Kani

Senior Lecturer of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, University of Adelaide
A PhD in Electrical Engineering and an IEEE Senior Member, I (you can call me Ali) am a Lecturer at the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE), the University of Adelaide (UofA). Prior to joining UofA, I worked for California ISO, NEC Laboratories America, Technical University of Denmark (DTU), and the University of Queensland for more than five years. My research interests are mainly renewable energy and the smart grid. My research involves a holistic view of electrification, battery integration and demand response using optimisation, artificial intelligence, and time series methods. You can read more about my research on the Research page.

I obtained his B.Sc., M.Sc., and PhD with high honours in Electrical Engineering (emphasis on power systems). I have published my research findings in 50+ journal & conference papers and posters. You can see a list of my papers and a copy of them on the Publication page. I enjoy spending time with family and friends in nature, reading and programming.

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Aliasger K. Salem

Associate Vice President for Research and Bighley Chair and Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Iowa
Dr. Aliasger Salem is the Associate Vice President for Research for the University of Iowa, Bighley Chair and Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences and an elected member of the American Association for Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) Board of Directors. Dr. Salem is Leader of the Experimental Therapeutics Program at the Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center and co-director of the Nanotoxicology core at the Environmental Health Sciences Research Center. He was educated in applied chemistry at Aston University of Science and Technology, Birmingham, UK (BSc 1998; 1st class honors). He received his Ph.D. in Pharmacy at the University of Nottingham, UK in 2002. He then received postdoctoral training at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine until 2004. He is an elected fellow of the AAPS, an elected fellow of the Controlled Release Society (CRS), an elected fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and an elected fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE). His research interests are primarily focused on advanced drug delivery systems. He is the author of over 250 peer-reviewed scholarly publications and has published in journals that include Science Advances, Nature Nanotechnology, Nature Materials, Nature Reviews Urology and Science Translational Medicine. Dr. Salem regularly serves on international and national grant review panels for organizations that include the American Cancer Society, the National Institutes for Health (NIH), and the Department of Defense: Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs. For example, he is currently a chartered member of the NIH Advancing Therapeutics study section. In 2020, Dr. Salem was awarded the Hancher-Finkbine Medallion and the Leadership in Research Award by the University of Iowa for life-time achievements in drug delivery research over his career to date.

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Alice Beban

Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Massey University
I am a social scientist focusing on rural social change, feminist theory, and environmental sociology. I conduct research in Aotearoa New Zealand and Southeast Asia.

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Alice Bloch

Professor of Sociology, University of Manchester
Alice Bloch is Professor of Sociology at the University of Manchester. Alice's current research explores inter-generational memory practices among the descendants of Holocaust survivors who have replicated their ancestors Auschwitz concentration camp number on their own body. Alice is writing a book from this current research.

Alice's research has focussed on forced migration and has been funded by the ESRC, the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, the British Academy/Leverhulme Trust, the Department for Work and Pensions and others. Alice's authored books include 'Living on the Margins: Undocumented migrants in a global city' (with Sonia McKay Policy Press, 2016) and 'Sans Papiers: The social and economic lives of young undocumented migrants in the UK' (with Nando Sigona and Roger Zetter Pluto Press, 2014). Alice edited 'Forced Migration: Current Issues and Debates', (with Giorgia Dona, Routledge, 2019).

Alice is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.

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Alice de Jonge

Dr Alice de Jonge is a senior lecturer in the department of Business Law and Taxation.

Alice has travelled extensively throughout Asia and speaks Mandarin and Chinese. She lived and studied in Shanghai (Fudan University), and was a visiting scholar at Nanjing University. She has provided written advice for the Central and East European Law Initiative of the American Bar Association, and provided advice in cases before the Refugee Review Tribunal.

Alice was awarded the LawAsia Research Award in 1998, and has also been the recipient of a number of travelling scholarships and research grants.

Alice has also been involved in the design and delivery of a number of AusAid-funded international trade law short-courses aimed at government officials from Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Burma.

Her research and supervision interests include corporate governance in Asia, cross-border issues of corporate governance in China and Hong Kong, women directors in China and India, Australia-China relations, international law and its applicability to transnational corporations, sovereign bankruptcy, and international law and unequal treaties in international law.

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Alice Deignan

Professor of Applied Linguistics, University of Leeds
Researcher and teacher in applied linguistics, with particular interests in lexical approaches to language analysis and teaching, and applications of corpus linguistics to the study of metaphor, metonymy and pragmatics.

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Alice Goisis

Associate Professor of Demography and Deputy Research Director in the Centre for Longitudinal Studies, UCL
I am Associate Professor in Demography and Research Director at the Centre for Longitudinal Studies located in the UCL Social Research Institute.

My research interests span a number of substantive areas in social demography and epidemiology. My research has examined the association between advanced maternal age and child well-being, with a particular focus on whether and how it varies across different groups of the population and time periods. I am currently the PI of an ERC Starting Grant investigating families the effects of Medically Assisted Reproduction on children, adults and families. More generally, I am interested in whether, and if so how, family processes are associated with children and adults’ well-being. My research has been published in demography, multidisciplinary and medical journals such as the Lancet, PNAS, Demography and the International Journal of Epidemiology.

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Alice Hayward

Molecular Biologist, The University of Queensland
I am a plant molecular physiologist in the Mitter Lab at the Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation. Our team primarily focuses on innovating tissue culture technologies for plant species in close partnership with industry and stakeholders. We deliver world-first propagation protocols for difficult and recalcitrant crops species as well as biotechnologies for crop improvement and cryobanking of recalcitrant plant germplasm. We also have a dedicated research stream in crop genomics and molecular biology. We aim to improve efficiency and resilience in our plant industries as well as support conservation of our key germplasm and endangered species. Our flagship species has been the avocado, and our team has been involved with producing the first genome sequence for avocado as well as the world's first commercial tissue culture pipelines for avocado propagation and cryopreservation. We are now extending this to other key crop species such as macadamia, as well as endangered native species with collaborators. Our ongoing vision is continued extension of these technologies to new species and crops for both horticultural and environmental outcomes.

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Alice Hazlehurst

Postgraduate Researcher, University of Leeds
I am a postgraduate researcher at the University of Leeds School of Design. My research interests lie in quantifying the release of microplastics from the domestic laundry of textile fabrics.

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Alice Hunter

Senior Lecturer in Sports Coaching, Bournemouth University
First graduate of the new Taught Doctorate in Sports Coaching programme from Cardiff Metropolitan.
Full-time lecturer for the past 5 academic years across two different institutions, delivering on Modules concerned with Applied Coaching Theory, Talent Development in Sport, and Research Methods.
Current National Teams Officer - British Softball Federation.
Former international Korfball player (Wales) and internationally qualified korfball coach with experience from grass-roots to international youth level.

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Alice MacDonald

PhD Student, The University of Queensland

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Alice Masterson

Alice Masterson is a Visiting Lecturer in Music at the University of York and Fordham London. Her research interests include posthumous fame; the singing voice and its ascribed meanings; audience perception of ‘authenticity’; and women's experiences in music. Her doctoral thesis explored the posthumous legacies of female musicians who were vilified for their lifestyles while living, particularly the ways in which they seem to find public ‘redemption’ through death.

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Alice Moore

Assistant Professor in Public Management and Public Policy, University of Birmingham
I'm an Assistant Professor in the School of Government at the University of Birmingham. I research public procurement and governments’ relationships with private and non-profit organizations. My research focuses on the ways in which different methods of public service delivery affect the quality of public services and the nature of interactions between citizens and government. My work focuses mostly on the UK, but I also do research in Europe and other anglophone countries. I've also researched how public organizations have dealt with budget cuts and austerity measures.

I have worked for the Government Digital Service (part of the UK Cabinet Office) on the team responsible for GOV.UK (the UK government website). I advised on policy for how government communicated information and provided access to services online and managed cross-departmental engagement.

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Alice Norton

Lecturer in Psychology, University of Sydney
Dr Alice Norton is a lecturer, clinical psychologist, and supervisor in the Clinical Psychology Unit, School of Psychology. Her broad interests are in models and therapy for anxiety disorders, mood disorders, and complex presentations.

Alice’s research explores the nature and treatment of anxiety and mood disorders within a cognitive-behavioural and schema therapy framework. She has a particular interest in complex presentations, including complex trauma, personality disorders, eating disorders and comorbidity. She is interested in furthering understanding of the aetiological and maintaining factors in these presentations in order to enhance treatment approaches.

Alice has worked clinically across a range of settings, including NSW Health, non-government, and private practice, and continues to maintain a small clinic. She is passionate about the supervision and mentorship of clinical and research students, and about enhancing teaching and learning practices.

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Alice Welsh

Research fellow, University of York
LLM in International Human Rights Law and Practice (York), PhD Law (York)

I joined York Law School in 2011, where I completed an LLB and then an LLM at the Centre for Applied Human Rights. I will also be completing an Economic and Social Research Council PhD studentship on EU workers’ social rights in the UK in 2020, where I have undertaken placements at the AIRE Centre and Glendon College, York University in Toronto. I am currently a Research Fellow working on the EU Legal Action Research Clinic - a ESRC Governance After Brexit project (EEA PSRC).

Prior to this, I have worked at the Public Law Project as a Research Fellow looking at the EU Settlement Scheme and as a caseworker at the Refugee Council.

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Alice Witt

Research Fellow, Social and Global Studies Centre, RMIT University
Dr Alice Witt researches the exercise of governing power in the digital age, focusing on the intersections of regulation, technology and gender. In addition to contributions to edited volumes, her socio-legal work has appeared in journals such as the UNSW Law Journal, Artificial Intelligence and Law, and Feminist Media Studies.

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Alice Akinyi Kaudia

Associate Lecturer, University of Nairobi
Dr Alice Akinyi Kaudia attained her PhD qualifications in 1996 from the University of East Anglia, the United Kingdom. She served at Kenya Forestry Research for 1.5 decades (1988-2003).
Her sequent focus on development oriented reassert include : (i) Associate Lecturer at Institute of Climate Change and Adaptation, University of Nairobi (2016 to date) with focus on teaching post graduate students, research supervision and review of research proposals by post graduate students. (ii) She is also an affiliate at Tangaza University College where she has been one of the four Africa juries (2022 and 2023) for small research grants through the Service Learning program. This program covers Catholic Higher Education Institutions in seven region across the word. It aims at enabling students to apply lessons learnt in classroom situation to real life for experiential learning. The research grants are awarded competitively.
Alice has published in the field of agroforestry, wetlands management, and climate change, climate change insurance as adaptation measure and air pollution.

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Alice Lux Fawzi

PANTHER Engineering Project Manager and Associate Director of the Center for Traumatic Brain Injury, University of Wisconsin-Madison
I am the Project Manager for a large interdisciplinary DoD-funded TBI research program (PANTHER) and the Associate Director of the Center for Traumatic Brain Injury at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. I have been researching the physics-based causes of mild traumatic brain injury since 2016 with the goal of predicting and preventing injury.

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Alicia Atkinson

Research and Innovation Officer at the Wealth and Work Futures Lab, Lindy Institute for Urban Innovation, Drexel University
Alicia Atkinson is the Research and Innovation Officer at the Wealth and Work Futures Lab, based out of the Lindy Institute at Drexel University. As a researcher, advocate, somatic practitioner, and systems thinker, she focus on expanding economic and racial justice in the Philadelphia region and beyond. She brings a deep commitment to centering the community in decision-making to shift systems towards equity and justice.

In her prior leadership roles, she’s been responsible for research, policy development, and advocacy work centered on expanding financial security for low-income communities. Most recently, as the Managing Director of Financial Empowerment at United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey (UWGPSNJ), where she was responsible for aligning strategic direction to community needs and opportunities, cultivating partnerships, and integrating philanthropic investment to support families, communities and financial security initiatives in the region.

Previously, she was the Managing Director at The Prosperity Agenda, where she led new strategic initiatives and managed place-based projects rooted in the wisdom, experience, and expertise of families enduring economic inequality. She led the research, design, and evaluation of innovations, such as Money Mindset Cards, which honor lived and living experience in financial conversations. Prior to that, she was a Policy Analyst with the Government Affairs team at Prosperity Now, where she promoted effective policies and programs to expand savings, credit building, financial coaching, and integrated service delivery.

Alicia holds a Master’s in Public Policy from the Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Legal Studies from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She was a Graduate Research Assistant at the Institute for Economic and Racial Equity, working exclusively on the Leveraging Mobility Project. She also co-authored the report “Employment Capital: How Work Builds and Protects Family Wealth and Security,” which highlights the importance of quality work-based policies for low- and moderate-income workers in preserving and growing assets overtime.

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Alicia Fourie

Professor, GIBS, University of Pretoria
Prof Alicia Fourie is a full-time faculty member at the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) and lectures in macroeconomics and microeconomics. Prior to joining GIBS, she lectured at the North-West University for 10 years in economics and acted as subject convenor for introduction to micro-and macroeconomics for many years. Prof Fourie was also involved with the distance education programme UNIVPREP. During her time at the North-West University, she received numerous teaching awards from the university and Media24.

Prof Fourie has a PhD in economics education and has several peer-reviewed articles published in national and international journals relating to economics education, tourism economics and behavioural economics. Currently, she is focusing her research on behavioural economics and the informal labour market.

Prof Fourie was part of Green Bubbles (2015-2019), which was an EU-funded project dedicated to sustainable scuba diving. The Green Bubbles project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement. Furthermore, she was part of a project to use tourism as a tool for poverty reduction in Southern Africa (2018-2019). This project was funded by the British Academy through the Newton Mobility Grant Scheme.

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Alicia Grealy

Research Projects Officer, CSIRO
I graduated with a Bachelor of Science with Honours from the University of Queensland (Qld, Australia) in 2011, and gained a doctorate from the Curtin University (WA, Australia) in 2017. I undertook a post-doctoral position at the Australian National University (ACT, Australia) in 2018-2019, and joined the National Research Collections Australia at CSIRO in 2020. My interests include using ancient and historical DNA to study evolution, and improving molecular methods to recover DNA from fossils and museum specimens.

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Alicia Sabatino

Master's Student in Geography and Environmental Systems, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Alicia received her Bachelor’s degree in Geography and Environmental Science with a minor in Computer Science from the University of Maryland Baltimore County, where she is also completing her M.S. degree. Her Master’s research focuses on the racial-sexual geographies of incarceration in the United States. She also contributes to various research projects around cities, housing and technology using critical GIS methods.

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Alida Payson

Lecturer in Media and Cultural Studies , Cardiff University
I am a lecturer in Media and Cultural Studies in JOMEC. My research interests are in everyday life, second-hand economies, and material culture. More widely, I am interested in the cultural politics of migration, gender, race, and disability, and in visual, creative and participatory research methods.

I have been working to build a network of second-hand studies researchers and practitioners. You can find more about our projects and activities on the Secondhand Cultures blog, available here: https://blogs.cardiff.ac.uk/secondhandcultures/

I recently finished a three-year project, Charity shop country: conviviality and survival in austerity Britain, funded by the Leverhulme Trust early career fellowship, and exploring how charity shops matter as sites of everyday living together and getting by in an austerity economy. Here is a recent blog post about the research - Thrift labours - Charity shops in the austerity economy

My thesis in cultural studies, also at JOMEC, entitled Feeling Together: Emotion, heritage, conviviality and politics in a changing city, follows three intergenerational groups of women and girls as they took part in arts and heritage projects to explore overlooked local women’s history in Butetown through writing, film, photography, and fashion. The thesis is framed by a critical history of Cardiff, as well as a critical interrogation of whiteness in UK heritage industries and theoretical debates on the politics of emotion. I argue for these intergenerational heritage projects as emotional performances full of important lessons on how to cope with inherited injustice and how to live together with others in the present.

I have published on the cultural politics of translation in film, emotion in migrant protest media, and the history of refugees in Wales. As part of formative interdisciplinary collaborations as a research assistant, I have also published on narratives of poverty in the media in Wales and Black and minority ethnic women’s experiences of infertility, as well as drawing as a participatory research method. Before moving to the UK and undertaking her PhD in cultural studies, I worked in the nonprofit sector in the United States on housing and food justice issues. Her academic background is in literature and the arts.

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Alimuddin Zumla

Professor of Infectious Diseases and International Health, UCL
Professor Sir Alimuddin Zumla is professor of infectious diseases and international health at University College London. He is also a consultant infectious diseases at UCLH, honorary consultant at Royal Free Hospital, and holds a UK NIHR senior Investigator award. His London and overseas research activities span the interface between clinical investigation and biomedical science, with the long-term goals of understanding the pathogenesis of respiratory tract infections, and emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases with epidemic potential, afflicting adults and children, and developing methods for rapid diagnosis, better treatment and control.

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Alina Patelli

Senior Lecturer in Computer Science, Aston University
Dr Patelli holds a PhD in computer science awarded by Aston University in 2017, and one in systems engineering awarded by her Romanian alma mater in 2011. She specialises in evolutionary computation, a type of biologically-inspired Artificial Intelligence.

Her focus is on genetic programming with transfer learning and its applications in smart cities, specifically traffic modelling and prediction. Dr Patelli is also interested in autonomic, knowledge-based systems, and self-adaptation and self-organisation in computing.

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Alina Vaduva

Director of the Business Advice Centre for Post Graduate Students at UEL, Ambassador of the Centre for Innovation, Management and Enterprise, University of East London
Dr Alina Maria Vaduva is a business lecturer, leader, SME innovation evaluator and entrepreneur. Dr Vaduva is passionate about strategy, management, leadership, and the application of technology in education and human resource management. Dr Vaduva is an SME innovation expert evaluator for the European Commission and has assessed more than 150 technology related proposals. Her recent research includes the use of gamification in student induction. 

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Alisa Minina Jeunemaître

Associate Professor of Marketing, EM Lyon Business School
In my research I adopt the sociocultural perspective as a framework for understanding consumption experiences, with the particular focus on globalization, consumer mobility, acculturation and consumption in digital service settings. I seek to go beyond consumer subjectivity in investigating the broader market and sociocultural dynamics that intertwine with consumer experiences, using in-depth interviews, ethnographic methods, discourse analysis and digital research in order to uncover how lived experiences of consumers are being shaped by broader macroenvironmental forces, and how consumer lifestyles emerge as a response to the challenges of their daily lives.

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Alisha Palmer

PhD Candidate in English Literature, The University of Edinburgh
I am a PhD candidate conducting research at the intersections of English literature, the history of sexuality, and the medical humanities. I am a member of the Culture and the Reproductive Body research network. From the aesthetics of abortion in early twentieth-century women's literature to sadomasochism and plant subjectivity in contemporary fiction, my research interests span literary and theoretical engagements with the body, nature, and sexuality. My current research is focussed on the representation of abortion in British women's literature from 1900-1940. In the past, I have written about abortion in America in the early twentieth century, in post-colonial literature, in politics, and in queer theory. I have also written about ecocriticism, feminist theory, queer theory, and posthumanism.

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Alison Atherton

Program Lead, Business, Economy and Governance at the Institute for Sustainable Futures., University of Technology Sydney
Alison Atherton is Program Lead of the Business, Economy and Governance Program at the Institute for Sustainable Futures. She has a background in social sciences, chartered accountancy audit and advisory, and over a decade of experience in sustainability research and consultancy. The consistent theme underpinning Alison's research is organisational and societal change for sustainability. Her research focuses on sustainable finance and corporate sustainability. Within these themes, evaluation, assessment, performance indicators and frameworks have been core elements of her work. Alison is particularly interested in understanding how businesses and the finance sector can support achievement of the Paris Climate Agreement and UN Sustainable Development Goals through responsible investment and corporate sustainability.

Prior to joining ISF, Alison worked for KPMG on corporate sustainability and prior to that, she worked for the UK's leading sustainable development organisation Forum for the Future, developing tools for monetising organisations environmental and social impacts. Alison is a member of ASFI's Capability Reference Group and previously a member of the Taxonomy Advisory Group. She is Chair of Coast 4C, a social enterprise, a supplier of sustainable seaweed.

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Alison Bentley

Honorary Lecturer in Family Medicine, University of the Witwatersrand

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Alison Bishop

Lecturer in Positive Psychology Coaching, University of East London
Dr Alison Bishop is a lecturer in Positive Psychology Coaching at the University of East London. She completed her PhD in psychology, studying resilience in the mothers of children with autism, which resulted in the creation of a kinder model of resilience. Alison previously worked at the University of Suffolk in the childhood studies department lecturing on the health and wellbeing of children. Alison is also a positive psychology coach specialising in coaching people with wellbeing goals.

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