Publications

Peer Reviewed Journal Article: 

Briscoe-Palmer, S and Mattocks, K (2020) Career Development and Progression of Early Career Academics in Political Science: A Gendered Perspective, Political Science Review 1-16

Mattocks, K and Briscoe-Palmer, S (2016) Diversity, Inclusion and Doctoral Study: Challenges Facing Minority PhD Students in the United Kingdom, European Political Science 15 (4) 476–492

Book Chapters: 

Briscoe-Palmer S and Mattocks K (2020) Race, Intersectionality and Diversity in European Political Science. In Boncourt T, Engeli I and Garzia D (eds) Political Science in Europe: Achievements, Challenges, Prospects. London: ECPR Press/Rowman & Littlefield International. Pp. 199-219.

Book Reviews: 

The Digital Lives of Black Women in Britain by Francesca Sobande (2020) [Online].The Sociological Review (2021). https://doi.org/10.51428/tsr.wipz5365

Opinion Pieces: 

2022 Disadvantaged students starting courses in 2022 are worse off as a result of COVID – universities must support them. The Conversation  

Blogs: 

2022 Are you listening? Black Voices on Contraception Choice and Access to Services. The Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare.  

Policy Reports and Technical Papers:

2018 “Girls and Gangs Report: A Critical Analysis on the role of females in UK Gangs”. Gender Empowerment Movement CIC research into gangs and affiliated groups. *Research to impact current gang reduction strategies and crime commission initiatives.

2017 “A Power Analysis Report: Social Care in the City of Birmingham”, College of Social Sciences (COSS) at the University of Birmingham and Citizens UK. *Research to Impact initiative has helped shape Citizen UK strategies. From a University perspective, it has been highlighted as good example of CoSS’s impact.https://doi.org/10.51428/tsr.wipz5365 

Work in Progress: 

  • Black Masculinity and Colonial Legacies: Exploring the Global Politics of Jamaican and Diasporic constructions of Gender. (Monograph, Nov 2023),
  • Interrogating Masculinitie(s): An Intersectional Approach (Journal Article, May 2022 submission) to be submitted to Gender and Society, (impact factor: 2.742)
  • The Representation of BAME Communities during Covid-19 Pandemic in the UK Press (Journal Article, submitted), to be submitted to Media, Culture and Society (impact factor: 3.171
  • My Ph. Disability: An Intersectional Approach to Diversity and Inclusivity Challenges in Higher Education (Journal Article, Aug 2021), to be submitted to Educational Philosophy and Theory, (impact factor:1.415)

*CV on request