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Dr Ekaterina Gladkova

Assistant Professor

Department: Social Sciences

I am currently an assistant professor in sociology and green (environmental) criminology. I am interested in critical understandings of interrelations/interconnections between human and more-than-human in contexts of food production and beyond. 

My research expertise includes:

- interdisciplinary understandings of food production and consumption, with a particular focus on industrial farming

- industrially farmed animals

- environmental, ecological and multispecies justice.

I am also interested in working with artistic and participatory methodologies.

Ekaterina Gladkova

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Reimagining Pigs – a multispecies, ecofeminist research method, Gladkova, E., Matsuda, N. 31 Jan 2024, In: Australian Feminist Studies
  • Farming intensification in Northern Ireland – a state-corporate environmental harm?, Gladkova, E. 1 Jun 2023, In: Journal of White Collar and Corporate Crime
  • As if that wasn’t already bad enough – how intensive farms fuel environmental injustice., Gladkova, E. 18 May 2021
  • Food Production Harms in the European Context: The EU as an Enabler or a Solution?, Gladkova, E. 21 Jul 2021, European White-Collar Crime, Bristol, Bristol University Press
  • Miscommunication of harms? A critique of SDG 12: Responsible Consumption and Production implementation in the food sector in Northern Ireland, Gladkova, E. 30 Aug 2021, The Palgrave Handbook of International Communication and Sustainable Development, Cham, Palgrave Macmillan

  • Sociology PhD March 31 2021
  • Geography MSc August 31 2016


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