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Nurture, Pleasure and Read and Resist!: Abolition Feminist Methodology for a Collective Recovery? (2021)
Journal Article
Emmerich, F., & Adams, F. (2021). Nurture, Pleasure and Read and Resist!: Abolition Feminist Methodology for a Collective Recovery?. Feminist Legal Studies, 29, 399–410. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10691-021-09463-5

COVID-19 has magnified intersecting inequalities that are central to the functioning of capitalism. At the height of the crisis, the value of an economy based on the exchange of goods and services faded away to expose the importance of care across th... Read More about Nurture, Pleasure and Read and Resist!: Abolition Feminist Methodology for a Collective Recovery?.

Mapping the Manifestations of Exclusion: Challenging the Incarceration of Queer People (2020)
Book Chapter
Emmerich, F., & Adams, F. (2020). Mapping the Manifestations of Exclusion: Challenging the Incarceration of Queer People. In The Queer Outside in UK Law (107-140). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-48830-7_5

Prisons are coercive spaces that strengthen and support the capitalist system. They are deeply gendered institutions that enforce a gender binary and perpetuate heteronormative gender performativity. These confinement spaces produce varieties of excl... Read More about Mapping the Manifestations of Exclusion: Challenging the Incarceration of Queer People.

Mapping the Manifestations of Exclusion: Challenging the Incarceration of Queer People (2020)
Book Chapter
Adams, F., & Emmerich, F. (2020). Mapping the Manifestations of Exclusion: Challenging the Incarceration of Queer People. In The Queer Outside in UK Law. (1). Springer

Prisons are coercive spaces that strengthen and support the capitalist system. They are deeply gendered institutions that enforce a gender binary and perpetuate heteronormative gender performativity. These confinement spaces produce varieties of excl... Read More about Mapping the Manifestations of Exclusion: Challenging the Incarceration of Queer People.

Coronavirus and the homeless: Why increasing police powers is not the answer (2020)
Journal Article
Emmerich, F., & Adams, F. (2020). Coronavirus and the homeless: Why increasing police powers is not the answer

What would be a humane response to the needs of the most vulnerable in society during a humanitarian crisis? Lock them up — that’s what the new Emergency Coronavirus Bill proposes. The Government introduced it on Thursday (March 19) to Parliament. Read More about Coronavirus and the homeless: Why increasing police powers is not the answer.

Outlaw girls escape from prison: Gender, resistance and playfulness (2019)
Journal Article
Emmerich, F. (in press). Outlaw girls escape from prison: Gender, resistance and playfulness. Punishment and Society, 22(2), 207-226. https://doi.org/10.1177/1462474519873656

Prison resistance practices are increasingly understood as gendered and linked to subjectivation. This article builds on this growing body of knowledge, but with a different and largely under explored focus, namely the confrontational resistance prac... Read More about Outlaw girls escape from prison: Gender, resistance and playfulness.

Digital Native First Year Law Students and their Reading Skills in a Post Reading World (2018)
Journal Article
Emmerich, F., & Murphy, A. (2018). Digital Native First Year Law Students and their Reading Skills in a Post Reading World. The Journal of Academic Development and Education, https://doi.org/10.21252/KEELE-0000034

In this paper we draw on our reflective experiences of introducing and facilitating reading development exercises in a first year Administrative Law module. We argue that students of 2018 can be understood as digital natives who display an almost exc... Read More about Digital Native First Year Law Students and their Reading Skills in a Post Reading World.

Political resistance in German prisons 1970s and 80s: prison life stories of survival and the fight for intercommunicative groups. (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Emmerich, F. (2015, June). Political resistance in German prisons 1970s and 80s: prison life stories of survival and the fight for intercommunicative groups. Paper presented at AHRC Workshop The Political Prison: Dissent, Incarceration, and Penal Regime, University of Dundee, UK

This paper is part of a wider study of the prison life stories of former members of the Red Army Faction (RAF) also known as the Baader-Meinhof Group from 1970-1996. The research is based on in-depth, narrative interviews conducted in 2008 with forme... Read More about Political resistance in German prisons 1970s and 80s: prison life stories of survival and the fight for intercommunicative groups..

Power, care and risk: personal reflections on pregnancy and childbirth (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Emmerich, F. (2014, October). Power, care and risk: personal reflections on pregnancy and childbirth. Paper presented at Putting the 'Care' Back in Healthcare, Centre for Professional Ethics at Keele School of Law, Keele University

The paper theorises through a power/gender framework the author's personal experiences of an externally labelled 'difficult pregnancy' and the procedural consequences for childbirth. The author argues that the language and technologies of risk produc... Read More about Power, care and risk: personal reflections on pregnancy and childbirth.

England and Wales (2014)
Book Chapter
Emmerich, F., & Van Zyl Smit, D. (2014). England and Wales. In Long-Term Imprisonment and Human Rights. Routledge