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Professor Sasha Roseneil MInstGA FAcSS

Position in departmentProfessor
Staff positionExecutive Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences
Emails.roseneil@essex.ac.uk
Telephone2129 (non Essex users should add 01206-87 to the beginning of this number)
Room5.410
Biography

Sasha is a sociologist and group analyst. Before coming to Essex, she was Professor of Sociology and Social Theory and Director of the Birkbeck Institute for Social Research at Birkbeck, University of London for nine years. Whilst at Birkbeck, she served as Assistant Dean for Research in the School of Social Sciences, History and Philosophy and Head of the Department for Psychosocial Studies. Prior to her time at Birkbeck, she was Professor of Sociology and Gender Studies, and founding Director of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, at the University of Leeds. From 2005 to 2015 she was also Professor II in Sociology at the Centre for Gender Research, University of Oslo.

Sasha is a member of the Institute of Group Analysis and a full clinical member of the UKCP College of Psychoanalysis and Jungian Analysis.

She is also a founding member of the Association for Psychosocial Studies (APS). She was first Chair of the APS from 2013 to 2016, and is currently Vice Chair (Policy).

Websitehttp://sasharoseneil.com
Qualifications

BSc(Econ) (Sociology) London School of Economics and Political Science

PhD London School of Economics and Political Science

PG Dip in Group Analytic Psychotherapy Oxford Brookes University/ Institute of Group Analysis

Current research

I have three ongoing writing projects: 

  • a book with colleagues Isabel Crowhurst, Tone Hellesund, Mariya Stoilova and Ana Cristina Santos that will be published by Palgrave in 2017 called "The Tenacity of the Couple Norm". This book draws on research that we carried out as part of the EU-funded FEMCIT project (Gendered Citizenship in Multicultural Europe: the impact of contemporary women's movements), in which I led the work-package on intimate citizenship.
  • a book that derives from a longitudinal psychosocial ethnography carried out over 15 years in three localities in Yorkshire - Barnsley, Hebden Bridge and inner city Leeds - that has been funded by the ESRC and the Leverhulme Trust. 
  • writing from an ESRC funded project, Living Apart Together: a multi-method analysis, focusing now particularly on the findings of the psychosocial strand of research.

I am also making a series of short ethnographic films with film maker Thomas Walker about these three places in Yorkshire that feature in the longitudinal psychosocial research project.

Research interests

In my work as a sociologist I am interested in how gender, sexuality, subjectivity and intimate life are changing, and in the role that social movements and collective action play in bringing about social, cultural and political change. I am also concerned with the question of how and why gender, sexuality, subjectivity and intimate life don’t change – with individual and collective resistance to change, and how we so often unconsciously resist change and sabotage what might be good and fruitful in our lives.

My early research was about the women’s and anti-nuclear movements of the 1980s, with a particular focus on the Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp. In recent years I have undertaken a number of projects that have explored the politics and practices of intimacy and personal life in the UK and across Europe (Bulgaria, Norway, Portugal). I have paid particular attention to the experiences of those living outside conventional couples and families – single people, people in living-apart-together relationships, lesbians and gay men, and those living in shared housing – and I have been interested in the role of friendship and lateral networks of care and support in their lives. Running through this research has also been a concern with the experiences of members of marginalized and racialized groups, first and second generation migrants and diasporic communities.

Through this work I have contributed to debates about care, citizenship and the changing meanings of “family”, and to understandings of the difference that social movements make in the world. Engaging with sociological theories of individualisation, with feminism, queer theory and psychoanalysis, I have been developing a psychosocioanalytic approach to the complex relational dynamics and psychic and intersubjective experience of contemporary intimate life. I am particularly interested in the role that law, policy and culture play in the normative construction of personal life, in producing intimate citizenship, and in the challenges that social movements and everyday practices of living, loving and desire pose to normative forms of intimacy and sexuality. I have been employing intensive biographical narrative and psychoanalytically informed methods, as well as carrying out large scale survey research, and comparative and cross-national studies that address issues of societal change. Hence my work ranges from microscopic single-person case studies to macro-level analyses of intimate citizenship regimes and their transformation over time.

Publications

Work translated into 7 languages: Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese and Turkish.

BOOKS

Reproducing Citizens: Family, State and Civil Society Routledge, 2015, 106pp. (ed. with Isabel Crowhurst, Tone Hellesund, Ana Cristina Santos and Mariya Stoilova)

Beyond Citizenship? Feminism and the Transformation of Belonging (ed) Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, 272pp

Remaking Citizenship in Multicultural Europe: women’s movements, gender and diversity Palgrave Macmillan, 2012, 277pp. (ed. with Beatrice Halsaa and Sevil Sumer) – REF 2014 submission

Social Research after the Cultural Turn Palgrave Macmillan, 2012, 200pp (ed. with Stephen Frosh)

Globalisation and Social Movements Palgrave, 2001, 258pp (ed. with Pierre Hamel, Henri Lustiger-Thaler and Jan Nederveen Pieterse)

Common Women, Uncommon Practices: The Queer Feminisms of Greenham Cassell, 2000, 329pp

Practising Identities: Power and Resistance Macmillan, 1999, 280pp. (ed. with Julie Seymour)

Consuming Cultures: Power and Resistance Macmillan, 1999, 286pp. (ed. with Jeff Hearn)

Disarming Patriarchy Open University Press, 1995, 225pp

Stirring It: Challenges for Feminism Taylor and Francis, 1994, 210pp. (ed. with Gabriele Griffin, Marianne Hester, Shirin Rai)


EDITED SPECIAL ISSUES OF JOURNALS

Citizenship and Reproduction/ Reproducing Citizens, Citizenship Studies, Vol.17, No. 8, December 2013 (with Isabel Crowhurst, Ana Cristina Santos, Mariya Stoilova).

Researching Women’s Movements, Women’s Studies International Forum 35, 2012 (with Margaretta Jolly).

New Contexts for Collective Action: The Politics of Parenting, Partnering and Participation, Social Politics, Vol. 11, No. 2, Summer 2004 (with Fiona Williams).

Beyond the Conventional Family: Intimacy, Care and Community in the 21st Century, Current Sociology ,Vol. 52, No. 2, 2004 (with Shelley Budgeon).

Ethical Relationality: Agency, Autonomy, Care, Feminist Theory, Vol. 4, No. 2, 2003 (with Linda Hogan).

Rethinking Citizenship: Gender, Sexuality and Citizenship, Citizenship Studies, Vol. 5, No. 3, November 2001.

Gendering Ethics, The Ethics of Gender, Feminist Theory Vol. 2, No. 2, August 2001 (with Linda Hogan).

EDITORSHIP OF BOOK SERIES

Citizenship, Gender and Diversity, launched in 2012, edited with Beatrice Halsaa and Sevil Sumer, Palgrave Macmillan. 12 books published/ contracted thus far.

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

‘Cultures of Intimacy and Care beyond “The Family”: Personal Life and Social Change in the Early 21st Century’, in Law and Sexuality: Critical Concepts in Law (ed. Rosie Harding) Routledge, 2016 (with Shelley Budgeon) (reprint of Current Sociology article).

‘The Vicissitudes of Postcolonial Citizenship and Belonging’, in Psychosocial Imaginaries (ed. Stephen Frosh) Palgrave Macmillan, 2015:145-178 (reprint of chapter from Beyond Citizenship).

‘Citizenship and Reproduction/ Reproducing Citizens: an introduction’, in Reproducing Citizens: Family, State and Civil Society (ed. with Isabel Crowhurst, Ana Cristina Santos and Mariya Stoilova) Routledge, 2015: 1-11 (with Isabel Crowhurst, Ana Cristina Santos and Mariya Stoilova).

‘Pushing at the Boundaries of the Discipline: politics, personal life and the psychosocial’, in Sociologists’ Tales (eds. Katherine Twamley, Mark Doidge and Andrea Scott) Policy Press, 2015: 55-70.

‘Geleneksel Aile Dışında Mahrem Yurttaşlık: Siyaset, Politikalar ve Gündelik Yaşam’, in Başka bir aile anlayışı mümkün mü? Heinrich Boll Stiftung, 2013: 171-182

‘The Vicissitudes of Post-Colonial Citizenship and Belonging’, in Beyond Citizenship? Feminism and the Transformation of Belonging (ed. Sasha Roseneil) Palgrave Macmillan, 2013:231-265. REF2014 submission

‘Beyond Citizenship? Feminism and the Transformation of Belonging – Introduction’, in Beyond Citizenship? Feminism and the Transformation of Belonging (ed. Sasha Roseneil) Palgrave Macmillan, 2013: 1-20.

‘Situating the Greenham Archaeology: An Autoethnography of a Feminist Project’, in Autoethnography (ed. Pat Sikes) Sage, 2013 (with Yvonne Marshall and Kayt Armstrong) (reprint of journal article).

‘Architectures of resistance and transformation: re-encountering the queer spaces and relationality of Greenham Common’, in Potential Architecture: Lucy+Jorge Orta Damiani, 2013:117-130.

‘Hjemsokle I individualiseringens tidsalder’, in A vaere sammen: intimitetens nye kultwelle vilkar (eds. J. Lorentzen and W. Muhleisen) Akademika Forlag, 2013: 81-102.

‘Doing Feminist Social Research after the Cultural Turn: an argument for criticality and phronesis,’ in Social Research after the Cultural Turn (eds. Sasha Roseneil and Stephen Frosh) Palgrave, 2012: 16-35.

‘Social Research after the Cultural Turn: a (self-)critical introduction’, in Social Research after the Cultural Turn (ed. Sasha Roseneil and Stephen Frosh) Palgrave, 2012: 1-15 (with Stephen Frosh).

‘Remaking Intimate Citizenship in Multicultural Europe: experiences outside the conventional family’, in Remaking Citizenship in Multicultural Europe: women’s movements, gender and diversity (ed. Beatrice Halsaa, Sasha Roseneil and Sevil Sumer) Palgrave, 2012: 41-69 (with Isabel Crowhurst, Tone Hellesund, Ana Cristina Santos and Mariya Stoilova).

‘Remaking Citizenship in Multicultural Europe: women’s movements, gender and diversity’, in Remaking Citizenship in Multicultural Europe: women’s movements, gender and diversity (ed. Beatrice Halsaa, Sasha Roseneil and Sevil Sumer) Palgrave, 2012: 1-20 (with Beatrice Halsaa and Sevil Sumer).

`Heteronormativity, Intimate Citizenship and the Regulation of Same-Sex Sexualities in Bulgaria’, in Decentring Western Sexualities: Central and Eastern European Perspectives (eds. Robert Kulpa and Joanna Mizielinska) Ashgate, 2011: 167-190 (with Mariya Stoilova)

‘Intimate Citizenship and Gendered Well-Being: the claims and interventions of women’s movements in Europe’, in Transforming Gendered Well-Being in Europe: the impact of social movements (eds. A. Woodward et al) Ashgate, 2011: 187-205 (with Isabel Crowhurst, Tone Hellesund, Cristina Santos, Mariya Stoilova).
‘A transformação da cidadania íntima em Portugal: contributos dos movimentos pela igualdade de género e sexual’, in Quem tem medo dos Feminismos? (eds. Maria José Magalhães, Manuela Tavares, Manuela Góis, Salomé Coelho, Elisa Seixas) Nova Delph, 2011: 364-372 (with Ana Cristina Santos).
‘Intimate Counter-Normativities: a queer analysis of personal life in the early 21st century’, in The Ashgate Research Companion to Queer Theory (eds. M. O’Rourke and N. Giffney) Ashgate, 2009:397-412.

‘Cultures of Intimacy and Care beyond “the Family”: personal life and social change in the early 21st century’, in Marriage and Cohabitation (eds. A. Diduck) Ashgate, 2008 (reprinted from Current Sociology, 2004) (with Shelley Budgeon).

‘The Coming of Age of Feminist Sociology: some issues of theory and practice for the next twenty years’, in Gender and Research (eds. S. Delamont and P. Atkinson) Sage, 2008 (reprinted from British Journal of Sociology, 1995).

‘Vivere ed amare oltre i confini della normatività eterosessuale. Le relazioni personali nel XXI secolo’, in Per una sociologia dell'omosessualità (ed. L. Trappolin) Carocci, 2008.

‘Why We Should Care about Friends: an argument for queering the care imaginary in social policy”, in The Family, Law and Society: Cases and Materials (6e) (eds. B. Hale, D. Pearl, E.Cooke and D. Monks) Cambridge University Press, 2008 (reprinted from Social Policy and Society, 2005).

‘Sutured Selves, Queer Connections: rethinking intimacy and individualization’, in Individualization: a political sociology of contemporary personhood (ed. C. Howard) Palgrave, 2007: 117-134.

‘Foregrounding Friendship: feminist pasts, feminist futures’, in The Gender and Women’s Studies Handbook (eds. M. Evans and J. Lorber) Sage, 2006: 324-343.

‘Pour une sociologie plus queer : enquêter sur la vie personnelle au XXIe siècle’, in
Epistemologies du Genre: regards d’hier, points de vue d’aujourd’hui (eds. T. Angeloff,
M. Lallement, J. Laufer, E. Lepindard, P. Molinier) GDRE, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique,
2006: 111-121.

‘Living and Loving beyond the Boundaries of the Heteronorm: personal relationships in the 21st Century’, in Families in Society: Boundaries and Relationships (eds. L. Mackie, S. Cunningham-Burley and J. McKendrick) Policy Press, 2005: 241-258.

‘Time and Tide: Memories and Metaphors – Moments and Movement’, in Crossing Borders: The Re- mapping of Women’s Movements at the Turn of the 21st Century (eds. B. Halsaa, H. Rømer Christensen, A. Saarinen) University Press of Southern Denmark, 2004: 346-353.

‘The Heterosexual/ Homosexual Binary: Past, Present and Future’, in The Lesbian and Gay Studies Handbook (eds. D. Richardson and S. Seidman) Sage, 2002: 27-44.

‘Local and Global Political Protest’, in The Contemporary British Society Reader (eds. N. Abercrombie and A. Warde) Polity, 2001: 45-52.

‘The Global, the Local and the Personal: the dynamics of a social movement in postmodernity’, in Globalisation and Social Movements (eds. P. Hamel, H. Lustiger-Thaler, J. Nederveen Pieterse and S.Roseneil) Palgrave, 2001: 89-110.

‘The Shifting Global Frames of Collective Action’, in Globalisation and Social Movements (eds. P. Hamel, H. Lustiger-Thaler, J. Nederveen Pieterse and S.Roseneil) Palgrave, 2001: 1-20 (with P.Hamel, H. Lustiger-Thaler, J. Nederveen Pieterse).

‘A Moment of Moral Remaking: The Death of Diana, Princess of Wales’, in Culture and Politics in the Information Age: A New Politics? (ed. Frank Webster) Routledge, 2001:96-114.

‘Postmodern Feminist Politics’, in Feminism: Critical Concepts (ed. Mary Evans) Routledge, 2000 (reprinted from EJWS).

‘Life Documents’, in Sociology in Perspective (eds. M. Kirby et al) Heinemann (second edition), 2000 (reprinted from Disarming Patriarchy).

‘The Poor Choices of Lone Mothers? Gender, Agency and the Underclass Debate', in Changing Family Values (eds. C. Wright and G. Jagger) Routledge, 1999: 98-118 (with Kirk Mann).

‘Consuming Cultures: Power and Resistance', in Consuming Cultures: Power and Resistance (eds. Sasha Roseneil and Jeff Hearn) Macmillan, 1999: 1 – 13 (with Jeff Hearn).

‘Practising Identities: Power and Resistance', in Practising Identities: Power and Resistance (eds. Sasha Roseneil and Julie Seymour), Macmillan, 1999: 1 – 10 (with Julie Seymour).

‘Retrospective Auto-Ethnography’, in Sociology in Perspective (ed. M. Kirby et al) Heinemann, 1997:23-31 (reprinted from Disarming Patriarchy).

‘The Global Common: The Global, Local and Personal Dynamics of the Women's Peace Movement', in The Limits of Globalization: Cases and Arguments (ed. A. Scott) Routledge, 1997:55-75,

‘Backlash, Moral Panics and the Lone Mother', in Good Enough Mothering? Feminist Perspectives on Lone Motherhood (ed. E. Silva) Routledge, 1996: 191-210 (with Kirk Mann).

‘Transformations and Transgressions: Experience, Consciousness and Identity at Greenham', in Practising Feminism: Identity, Difference and Power (eds. N. Charles and F. Hughes-Freeland) Routledge, 1996:86-108.

‘Stirring It: Challenges for Feminism’ in Stirring It: Challenges for Feminism, in (eds. Gabriele Griffin, Marianne Hester, Shirin Rai & Sasha Roseneil)Taylor and Francis, 1994:1-9 (with Gabriele Griffin, Marianne Hester, Shirin Rai)

‘Disrupting Sexual and Gender Identities', in Stirring It: Challenges for Feminism (eds. Gabriele Griffin, Marianne Hester, Shirin Rai & Sasha Roseneil) Taylor and Francis, 1994:71-73,

‘Gender', in Developments in Sociology (ed. M. Haralambos) Causeway Press, 1994:87-103.

‘Greenham Revisited: Researching Myself and My Sisters', in Interpreting the Field (eds. D. Hobbs and T. May) Oxford University Press, 1993:177-208.


PAPERS IN REFEREED JOURNALS

‘Constructions, reconstructions and deconstructions of family for people who live apart together’, British Journal of Sociology published online 2016 (with Mariya Stoilova, Julia Carter, Simon Duncan and Miranda Philipps).

‘Relational Persons and Relational Processes: Developing the Notion of Relationality for the Sociology of Personal Life’ Sociology, 2016, 50 (1):1143-159 (with Kaisa Ketokivi).
Sociology 50th Anniversary podcast: http://soc.sagepub.com/site/Podcast/Podcast.xhtml

`Jenseits „des Verhältnisses von Individuum und Gesellschaft“: Erweiterung und Vertiefung des relationalen Denkens in der Gruppenanalyse‘Österreichisches Jahrbuch für Gruppenanalyse Band 7, 2015: 41-57.

‘Living Apart Relationships in Contemporary Europe: accounts of togetherness and apartness’ Sociology 2014, 48(6): 1075-1091 (with Mariya Stoilova, Isabel Crowhurst, Tone Hellesund and Ana Cristina Santos).

‘Heimsuchung im Zeitalter der Individualisierung: Subjektivität, Relationalität und die Spuren des Lebens der Anderen’ Freie Assoziation: Zeitschrift fur Unbewusste in Organisation and Kultur 2014: 17, 3.

‘Entanglements of Economic and Intimate Citizenship: individualization and gender (in)equality in a changing Europe’ Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State and Society 2014 (4): 529-561 (with Nicky Le Feuvre).

‘Gendered Citizenship in Multidimensional Perspective: the challenges for Norway within the Nordic model’ NORA: Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research 2014, Vol. 22, No. 4: 283-298 (with Sevil Sumer and Beatrice Halsaa).

‘The Psychosocial Challenges of Establishing the Field of Psychosocial Studies’ Journal of Psychosocial Studies 2014, 8, :105-136 http://www1.uwe.ac.uk/hls/research/jpss/volume812014.aspx

‘Practices and Perceptions of Living Apart Together’ Family Science 2014, Vol. 5. No. 1:1-10 (with Simon Duncan, Miranda Phillips, Mariya Stoilova and Julia Carter).

‘On Meeting Linda: an intimate encounter with (not-)belonging in the current conjuncture’ Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society 2014, Vol.19, Issue 1:19-28.

‘Why Do People Live Apart Together?’ Families, Relationships and Society 2013, 2, 3:323-338 (with Simon Duncan, Miranda Phillips, Julia Carter and Mariya Stoilova).

‘Citizenship and Reproduction/ Reproducing Citizenship’ Citizenship Studies 2013, 17, 8: 873-883 (with Isabel Crowhurst, Ana Cristina Santos and Mariya Stoilova).

‘Living Apart Together: uncoupling intimacy and co-residence’ The Sociology Teacher 2013, 3, 1: 4-11 (with Simon Duncan, Miranda Phillips, Julia Carter and Mariya Stoilova).

‘Changing Landscapes of Heteronormativity: the regulation and normalisation of same-sex sexuality in Europe’ Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State and Society 2013, 20, 2:165-199 (with Isabel Crowhurst, Tone Hellesund, Ana Cristina Santos and Mariya Stoilova). REF2014 submission

‘Close Encounters: researching intimate lives in Europe’ International Journal of Social Research Methodology 2013, 16(6): 525-533 (with Isabel Crowhurst, Tone Hellesund, Ana Cristina Santos and Mariya Stoilova).

‘Beyond “the relationship between the individual and society”: broadening and deepening relational thinking in group analysis’ Group Analysis 2013, 46, 2:196-210.

‘Researching Women’s Movements: an introduction to FEMCIT and Sisterhood and After’ Women’s Studies International Forum 2012, 35:125-128 (with Margaretta Jolly).

‘Using Biographical Narrative Methods and Life Story Methods to Research Women’s Movements: FEMCIT’,Women’s Studies International Forum 2012, 35:129-131.

‘Legal Rights for People who Live Apart Together?’ Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law 2012, 34, 4:443-458 (with Simon Duncan, Julia Carter, Miranda Phillips and Mariya Stoilova).

‘L'accent sur l'amitié: la place de l'amitié dans le féminisme et dans les recherches féministes’ Nouvelles Questions Feministes 2011, Vol. 30, No. 2:56-75.

‘Criticality, Not Paranoia: a generative register for feminist social research’ NORA: Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research 2011, 19, 2:124-131.

‘Intimate Citizenship: a pragmatic, yet radical, proposal for a politics of personal life’ European Journal of Women’s Studies 2010, 7: 77-82.


‘Haunting in an age of individualization: subjectivity, relationality and the traces of the lives of others’ European Societies 2009, Vol.11, No.3:411-430. – REF2014 submission

‘Situating the Greenham Archaeology: an autoethnography of a feminist project’ Public Archaeology, 2009, Vol. 8, No.2-3: 225-245 (with Yvonne Marshall and Kayt Armstrong).

‘Neue Freundschaftspraktiken: Fursorge und Sorge um sich im Zeitalter der Individualisierung’ Mittelweg 2008, 36: 55-69.

‘Queer Individualization: the transformation of personal life in the early 21st century’ NORA: Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research 2007, Vol. 15, Issue 2 and 3: 84-99.

“Viver e amar para la da heteronorma: uma analise queer das relacoes pessoias no seculo XXI” Revista Critica de Ciências Sociais 2006, 76:33-51 (translation of Current Sociology article) In English: http://www.eurozine.com/articles/2007-05-29-roseneil-en.html

‘The Ambivalences of Angel’s “Arrangement”: a psycho-social lens on the contemporary condition of personal life’ The Sociological Review 2006, 54:4:846-868.

‘On Not Living with a Partner: Unpicking Coupledom and Cohabitation’, Sociological Research Online, 11, 3, 2006:1-21. http://www.socresonline.org.uk/11/3/roseneil.html

‘Kulturen von Intimitat under Fursorge jenseits der Familie – personliches Leben und gesellshaftlicher Wandel zu Beginn des 21. Jahrhunderts’ Feministische Studien 2005, 2:259-276 (translation of Current Sociology article) (with Shelley Budgeon).

“Public Values of Parenting and Partnering: Voluntary Organizations and Welfare Politics in New Labour’s Britain” Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State and Society 2004, Vol. 11, No. 2:181-216 (with Fiona Williams)

‘Valeurs publiques en matiere de parentalite et de couple’ Cahiers Marxistes 2004, No. 228: 77-98 (translation of Social Politics article) (with Fiona Williams).

“Why We Should Care About Friends: An Argument for Queering the Care Imaginary in Social Policy” Social Policy and Society 2004, 3, 4: 409-419.

‘Cultures of Intimacy and Care Beyond the Family: Personal Life and Social Change in the Early Twenty-First Century”’ Current Sociology 2004, Vol. 52, No. 2:135-159 (with Shelley Budgeon).

‘Queer Frameworks and Queer Tendencies: Towards an Understanding of Postmodern Transformations of Sexuality’ Kvinder, Køn & Forskning (Danish Journal of Gender Studies) 2003, 1:18-34 (revised version of Sociological Research Online article).

‘Postmoderneja seksuaalisuuden muutoksia: Queer viitekehyksena ja vaikutteena’ Naistutkimus: kvinnoforskning 2000, Vol.2:28-43(translation of Sociological Research Online article).

‘Queer Frameworks and Queer Tendencies: Towards an Understanding of Postmodern Transformations of Sexuality’ Sociological Research Online 2000, Vol. 5, No. 3:1-19. http://www.socresonline.org.uk/5/3/roseneil.html

‘Speaking of Sexuality and Subcultures: A Conversation between Judith Halberstam and Sasha Roseneil’ International Feminist Journal of Politics 2001, Vo1. 3, No. 3:423–434.

‘Postmodern Feminist Politics: The Art of the (Im)Possible?' European Journal of Women's Studies 1999, Vol. 6:161-182.

‘The Coming of Age of Feminist Sociology: Some Issues of Theory and Practice for the Next Twenty Years' British Journal of Sociology 1995, Vol 26, No 2:191-203.

‘"Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em": Backlash and the Gender Politics of the Underclass Debate' The Journal of Gender Studies 1994, Vol 3, No 3: 315-329 (with Kirk Mann).

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