| Athens, Greece
Defaming Narratives: Poverty, Territorial Stigma and
Residents Pride of Place in Inner City Dublin
for RC21 2022 conference
2022, May 19 | Limerick, Ireland
"It's not good for the SOUL. It's not good for the HEART. It's
not good for the HEAD": Social housing regeneration, health and public
action in Dublin
Conference of Irish Geographers.
2022 March 1
New York, USA ONLINE
“It’s not good for the SOUL.
It’s not good for the HEART. It’s not good for the HEAD”. CITY-OF-CARE: a
Gendered perspective on the Financialization of Social Housing for AAG 2022
2021 September 24
Italy ONLINE Ed io avrò cura di te! Prospettive di genere e solidarietà nell’abitare
for MEET ME TONIGHT public talk for the EU researchers night organized
by the University of Milan on the CITY-OF-CARE research project.
2021 September, 14
Resisting gentrification and
advocating for a fair regeneration: the “We are sick of waiting” media campaign
and its impact on the Oliver Bond flats community
for IBA Lab.
2021 April 9
Seattle, USA ONLINE
CITY-OF-CARE: a Gendered
perspective on the Financialization of Social Housing
for AAG 2021 annual
2019 June 12
Women's Relationalities of Care in Austerity Ireland
, Centre for Urban Research
on Austerity (CURA).
2018 May 12
Reciprocity, Community, and
Commodification of (social) Housing in Dublin
for Conference of Irish Geographers
2018 May 11
Contested Narratives: the
Commodification of History and Class in Dublin’s Liberties
for Conference of Irish
2018 May 9
“People helping one another
when you have nothing”. How ethnography still counters myths about the urban
poor after the crash
for Post-Crash Cities Workshop: Housing Financialisation,
late-Neoliberalism and Community Responses.
2017 May 5-7
Community Asset-Building for
Gentrification Pressure Alleviation in Disadvantaged Areas. The case of
for Conference of Irish Geographers.
2017 April 5-9
Lived experiences of
resistance and solidarity among working-class communities in Dublin’s
for AAG 2017 Annual Meeting.
2016 June 16-18
Variegated effects of actually-existing neoliberalism in the aftermath of
, co-authored with Sinéad Kelly, for EU