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‘I never want to go back to being that person’ – tattoos as embodiment of strength and identities in the aftermath of abuse.
Paper presented to:
Violence: Children, Family & Society Conference 2015, The University of Northampton, 24-26 June 2015
‘Flowers are more of a feminine thing than say, a skull’: constructions and representations of women’s tattooed bodies.
Paper presented to:
Roles: A Gender and Sexuality Forum 5th Annual Conference, University of Birmingham, 21 May 2015
Embodiment and excess: constructions of tattooed mothers in the UK.
Psychology of Women's Review.
Tattooed female bodies: considerations from the literature.
Psychology of Women Section Review.
(1), pp. 43-51. 1466-3724.
The adorned feminine body: a qualitative exploration of media representations of tattooed women in the UK.
Poster presented to:
British Psychological Society Psychology of Women Section (POWS) Annual Conference 2014, Windsor, England, 09-11 July 2014
Sharing images, spoiling meanings? Class, gender and ethics in visual research with girls.
(3) 1938-8209. (In Press)
Klindworth, K. F.
Femininity (re-) constructed: Turkish women's negotiations between culture, space and the body.
Doctoral thesis. The University of Northampton.
Review of Christopher E. Forth 'Masculinity in the Modern West: Gender, Civilization and the Body' (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2008).
European History Quarterly.
(2), pp. 309-310. 0265-6914.
Modern Angels [Video]: a documentary exploration of transdermal, body art and body modification in the Kingdom of Belgium.
Invited Presentation presented to:
Trans-States: the Art of Crossing Over, The University of Northampton, 09-10 September 2016
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