HEATHER BRUNSKELL-EVANS

Heather is an academic philosopher and social theorist, with a particular interest in the politics of medicine, the sexed body, and the cultural construction of sex and gender. She has published extensively and is a commentator on national and international political agendas driving the rights of women and girls. She is currently carrying out research on ‘the female body as political territory’, analyzing the relationship between pornography, prostitution, surrogacy and transgenderism. She is co-founder of the Women’s Human Rights Campaign

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Brunskell-Evans, H. (ed) (2016) The Sexualized Body and the Medical Authority of Pornography, Cambridge Scholars: Newcastle Upon Tyne

Brunskell-Evans, H. and Moore, M. (eds.) (2018) Transgender Children and Young People: Born In Your Own Body, Cambridge Scholars: Newcastle Upon Tyne

Moore. M. and Brunskell-Evans H. (eds.) (2019) Inventing Transgender Children, Cambridge Scholars: Newcastle Upon Tyne

Brunskell-Evans, H. (2019) The Medico-Legal ‘Making’ of ‘The Transgender Child’Medical Law Review

The Declaration of Women’s Sex-Based Rights (2019)