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Gendering the ‘White Backlash’: Islam, patriarchal ‘unfairness’, and the defence of women’s rights amongst women supporters of the British National Party (BNP) (2018)
Book Chapter
Mulholland, J. (2018). Gendering the ‘White Backlash’: Islam, patriarchal ‘unfairness’, and the defence of women’s rights amongst women supporters of the British National Party (BNP). In E. Sanders-McDonagh, J. Mulholland, & N. Montagna (Eds.), Gendering Nationalism: Intersections of Nation, Gender and Sexuality, (165-185). Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-76699-7

Formed in 1982 out of the overtly fascist National Front, The British National Party (BNP) went on to be the most successful ultra-nationalist party in British electoral history, reaching a high point of influence in 2010, only to suffer a dramatic d... Read More about Gendering the ‘White Backlash’: Islam, patriarchal ‘unfairness’, and the defence of women’s rights amongst women supporters of the British National Party (BNP).

London is a much more interesting place than Paris: Place comparison and moral geographies of highly skilled migrants (2016)
Book Chapter
Mulholland, J., & Ryan, L. (2016). London is a much more interesting place than Paris: Place comparison and moral geographies of highly skilled migrants. In M. Van Riemsdijk, & Q. Wang (Eds.), Rethinking International Skilled Migration, 135-153. Routledge

Drawing on data from a study of the French highly skilled in London, this paper explores the nature and dynamics of a migrant population’s ‘sense of place’ in a global city. Specifically, it examines some of the ways in which highly skilled migrants... Read More about London is a much more interesting place than Paris: Place comparison and moral geographies of highly skilled migrants.