- Lisa Kalayji
- Edinburgh UK https://lisakalayji.wordpress.com/
- Research Interests
- Sociology of emotions, social movements, feminisms and feminist theory, Social theory, cultural studies, textual research methods
My interests centre on emotions and culture. My doctoral research explores emotions in radical feminism in 1980s Britain through British radical feminist magazine Trouble and Strife, and I am particularly interested in the interdisciplinary dialogue between sociology and cultural studies around the cultural politics of emotion and affect. I specialise in qualitative textual research methods, particularly involving archival documents of life.
Dr. Mary Holmes
Dr. Julie Brownlie
PhD Sociology, University of Edinburgh
MSc Social Research, University of Edinburgh
Kalayji, L. (Forthcoming). 'Thinking Through the Cracks: Bi-ethnicity, Reflexivity, & Affective Dissonance as a Methodology.' in Doing Feminisms in the Academy: Identity, Institutional Pedagogy and Critical Classrooms in India and the UK (Govinda, R. and Menon, K., eds.). New Delhi: Zubaan Books.
Murray, Ó.M. and Kalayji, L. (2018). ‘Forging Queer Feminist Futures Through Discomfort: Vulnerability and Authority in the Classroom.’ Journal of Applied Social Theory, 1(2): 12-34.
University of Edinburgh & Edinburgh Napier University
Contemporary Feminist Debates, Sociology of Emotions, Advanced Issues in Sociological Research, Sexuality & Gender, Sociology of Social Movements
Contemporary Feminist Debates, Sociology of Emotions, Sociology 1A & 1B, Social Theory, Social & Political Theory, Introduction to Sociology, Social & Cultural Landscapes
Selected Media Publications
(2018) 'Undisciplining the Archive, or, What is Sociology For?' Sociological Review Blog, August 2018. Available at: https://www.thesociologicalreview.com/blog/undisciplining-the-archive-or-what-is-sociology-for.html
(2018) 'Understanding Anti-transgender Feminism.' Discover Society, 55: April 2018. Available at: https://discoversociety.org/2018/04/03/viewpoint-understanding-anti-transgender-feminism/
(2017) '"For the many, not the few": Emotion, Politics, & the Fight for British Hegemony.' Discover Society, 46: July 2017. Available at: https://discoversociety.org/2017/07/05/for-the-many-not-the-few-emotion-politics-the-fight-for-british-hegemony/
(2017) 'Emotion Rules in Feminist Book Reviews: An Inroad to Improving Feminist Relationships.' Women are Boring, April 2017. Available at: https://womenareboring.wordpress.com/2017/04/14/emotion-rules-in-feminist-book-reviews-an-inroad-to-improving-feminist-relationships/