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Gendering nationalism: Intersections of nation, gender and sexuality (2018)
Book
Mulholland, J., Montagna, N., & Sanders-McDonagh, E. (2018). E. Sanders-McDonagh, N. Montagna, & J. Mulholland (Eds.), Gendering nationalism: Intersections of nation, gender and sexuality. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-76699-7

The 21st century has witnessed, to date, a dramatic resurgence in the forces of nationalism, but nationalisms taking new forms, and engaging gender and sexuality in innovative and transformational ways. This book explores the shifting and complex rel... Read More about Gendering nationalism: Intersections of nation, gender and sexuality.

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).

Foreword (2018)
Journal Article
Mulholland, J., Sanders-McDonagh, E., & Montagna, N. (2018). Foreword. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-76699-7

This introduction takes as its point of departure, three vignettes, each accounting for a particular contemporary articulation of the relations between nation/alism, gender and sexuality. Whilst inevitably selective, these vignettes nevertheless offe... Read More about Foreword.

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.

'Gotta Go Visit Family': Reconsidering the Relationship Between Tourism and Transnationalism (2015)
Journal Article
von Koppenfels, A. K., Mulholland, J., & Ryan, L. (2015). 'Gotta Go Visit Family': Reconsidering the Relationship Between Tourism and Transnationalism. Population, Space and Place, 21(7), 612-624. https://doi.org/10.1002/psp.1916

© 2015 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. A comparative examination of two groups of highly skilled Global North migrants - US citizens (Americans) in London, Berlin, and Paris and French citizens in London - this paper explores the nature of these migrants'... Read More about 'Gotta Go Visit Family': Reconsidering the Relationship Between Tourism and Transnationalism.

'The distance between us': A comparative examination of the technical, spatial and temporal dimensions of the transnational social relationships of highly skilled migrants (2015)
Journal Article
Ryan, L., Klekowski Von Koppenfels, A., & Mulholland, J. (2015). 'The distance between us': A comparative examination of the technical, spatial and temporal dimensions of the transnational social relationships of highly skilled migrants. Global Networks, 15(2), 198-216. https://doi.org/10.1111/glob.12054

© 2014 Global Networks Partnership & John Wiley & Sons Ltd. In this article, through comparing two highly skilled migrant groups in London, we explore how new types of information and communication technologies (ICTs) shape the form and content o... Read More about 'The distance between us': A comparative examination of the technical, spatial and temporal dimensions of the transnational social relationships of highly skilled migrants.

Talking ties: Reflecting on network visualisation and qualitative interviewing (2014)
Journal Article
Ryan, L., Mulholland, J., & Agoston, A. (2014). Talking ties: Reflecting on network visualisation and qualitative interviewing. Sociological Research Online, 19(2), https://doi.org/10.5153/sro.3404

This paper uses a reflexive approach to consider the opportunities and challenges of using a visualisation tool in qualitative research on social networks. Although widely used to map social networks over many decades, particularly in health studies... Read More about Talking ties: Reflecting on network visualisation and qualitative interviewing.


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