B.A. (York University), M.A (University of Western Ontario), Ph.D ( York University)
SSHRC Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Department of Political Studies, Adjunct Faculty, Department of Global Development Studies
SSHRC POST-DOCTORAL FELLOW
International Political Economy, Feminist Political Economy, Gender and Finance, Political Economy of Crime and Punishment
Adrienne Roberts is a SSHRC post-doctoral research fellow in the department of Political Studies and an adjunct faculty member in the department of Global Development Studies at Queen’s University. Adrienne completed her PhD at York University in 2010, with a dissertation entitled Governing Social Marginality: Towards a Feminist Political Economy of Poverty, Crime and Punishment. Her current research focuses on the gendered dimensions of finance and debt in North America.
"Financing Social Reproduction: The Gendered Relations of Debt and Mortgage Finance in 21st Century America", New Political Economy (March 2012).
"Confining Social Insecurity: Debt, Prison and the Rise of the Neoliberal Debtors' Prison", Politics & Gender. Co-authored with Genevieve LeBaron (March 2012).
“Macroeconomic Governance, Gendered Inequality and Global Crises”, in Brigitte Young, Isabella Bakker and Diane Elson (eds) Questioning Financial Governance from a Feminist Perspective, pp. 154-171. London and New York: Routledge (IAFFE Advances in Feminist Economics Series). Co-authored with Stephen Gill (2011).
“Toward a Feminist Political Economy of Capitalism and Carcerality”, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 36(1): 19-44, co-authored with Genevieve LeBaron (2010).
"Remapping Gender in the New Global Order", Feminist Economics, 15(4): 168-172 (2009).
"Women and Work in the New Global Political Economy", International Studies Review, 10: 627-29 (2008).
“Privatizing Social Reproduction: The Primitive Accumulation of Water in an Era of Neoliberalism”, Antipode, 40(4): 535-60 (2008).
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