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Dr Patricia Hamilton
TCRU
27-28 Woburn Square
London
WC1H 0AA
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Appointment
  • Research Fellow
  • IOE - Social Research Institute
  • UCL Institute of Education
Biography

Patricia Hamilton is a Marie Curie Research Fellow in the Thomas Coram Research Unit, Social Research Institute. She completed her PhD at the Department of Women's Studies and Feminist Research at the University of Western Ontario, Canada and was funded by an Ontario Trillium Scholarship. Her PhD examined black mothers' engagements with attachment parenting, based on interviews conducted with black mothers living in Britain and Canada and using an intersectional methodological approach. Patricia has taught in South Africa (at the University of the Witwatersrand and Stellenbosch University) and Canada and presented her work at conferences in Canada, Ireland and the UK. Her work has been published in Qualitative Research and Ethnic & Racial Studies. Her book, Black Mothers and Attachment Parenting: A Black Feminist Analysis of Intensive Mothering in Britain and Canada (Bristol University Press) was published in December 2020.

Research Summary

Patricia's research sits at the intersection of black feminist theory and parenting culture studies, particularly attending to the intersectional politics of birth and breastfeeding and the development of parenting-related policies in a neoliberal context. Patricia is also interested in black feminist research methodologies. Her current project examines the development of parental leave policies (including maternity leave, paternity leave and newer shared parental leave) from an intersectional perspective.



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