'Smashing the Stained Glass Ceiling': An exploration of the campaigns for female ordination in the Church of England, 1968-1994.
My research seeks to unite the frequently polarised historiographies of religion and second-wave feminism, arguing that faith and spirituality need to be considered with the realms of the personal as political.
'"The Male God Blessed the Male Patriarchy": Language, Ritual and the History of Women's Ordination', Crucible, April 2020.
Book review of Carmen M. Mangion's Catholic Nuns and Sisters in a Secular Age, Britain 1945-1990, for the Institute of Historical Research's Reviews in History. July 2020. https://reviews.history.ac.uk/review/2410