Miss Jasmine Joanes

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I am first year PhD student funded by SeNSS-ESRC under the 1+3 Human Geography pathway. My research interests include feminist political geography, intimate geopolitics, assemblage theory, and all things menstruation! I use she/her/hers pronouns.

My PhD 'Seeing Red: Alter-Geopolitics of Menstrual Management and Activism in the United Kingdom' seeks to examine menstrual activism as a form of alter-geopolitics, a type of feminist geopolitics done through action and forged outside of elite geopolitical circles and the state. My research aims to bridge the gap between menstrual activism and scholarship while also making contributions to feminist political geography.

Educational background

MSc Global Futures (Geopolitics and Security), Distinction

Royal Holloway University of London

21 Sep 2020 → 20 Sep 2021

Dissertation project: Bloody, hairy, and hormonal: an auto-ethnography of the intimate geopolitics of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS).

BSc Geography, Politics, and International Relations, First Class

Royal Holloway University of London

18 Sep 2017 → 12 Jun 2020

Dissertation project: Investigating Gibraltar's Brexit as a geopolitical assemblage.

Other work

Department representative for Geography PGT students

(September 2020 - August 2021)

An elected position which involved effectively representing students' interests at department level; collaborating with a team of student academic reps; chairing termly Student-Staff Committee meetings; being invited to college level meetings; and supporting departmental Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion initiatives.

Research assistant

(January 2021 - August 2021)

This role primarily involved transcribing interview and focus group recordings for PhD research investigating the use and development of menstrual tracking apps.

 

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