I am a researcher and teacher currently based at the University of Birmingham. My doctoral research project focuses on the politics of disablement and precarious work – seeking to make a theoretical and empirical contribution to the fields of political economy and Disability Studies as well as (most importantly) a contribution to the collective thinking and organising of disabled people’s groups, trade unions, and other collectives that are focusing on anti-capitalist social change. Read my Bio, information about my current doctoral project, and my area of teaching.
Latest journal article – published in Global Political Economy (2023) – ‘The Centrality of Disablement Subjectivation to the Reproduction of Capitalist Social Relations: Considerations for Critical and Global Political Economy’ [link]

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Ioana Cerasella Chis