Georgina L Jones, Kirsty M Budds, Francesca Taylor, and Crispin Jenkinson 2021 will mark the twenty-year anniversary since [...]Read more
‘It’s a challenge’: Doctors’ Perspectives on Diagnosing Endometriosis and Improving Care
Annalise Weckesser In 2018, I carried out a study on women’s endometriosis medical treatment experiences with Professor [...]Read more
Endometriosis and Work: Clashing Realities Remodelled
Victoria Williams Ten years ago, I had just graduated and landed myself a job in the beating heart [...]Read more
Do Endometriosis Patients Suffer an ‘Epistemic Injustice’?
Andrew Reid One of the reasons for the ongoing Parliamentary Inquiry into endometriosis, to which this series responds, [...]Read more
Endometriosis and Noncitizenship: What makes Suffering Relevant?
Tendayi Bloom Endometriosis provides a natural experiment for examining the politics of suffering for two main reasons. First, [...]Read more
Post-truth, populism and endometriosis: what can we learn from women who are not believed?
Charlotte Galpin About a year ago, I came home from an appointment with a new consultant gynaecologist and [...]Read more
Invisible Scars, Silent Cramps and Hidden Bleeding: Body Politics and Endometriosis
Sameera Khalfey I am an endo sufferer (a woman who has endometriosis). My mother was an endo sufferer. [...]Read more
Charity, scandal and reputation laundering
Jon Dean There’s a scene in The Simpsons where Sideshow Bob, imprisoned for framing his boss Krusty the [...]Read more
(Mis)using child rights to control people’s protests: authoritarian India continues rightward
Reva Yunus In December 2019, the Indian government passed the Citizenship Amendment Act 2019 (CAA) which has been [...]Read more
They took the heart out of it: narrating spatial exclusion through the closure of a shopping centre
Sander van Lanen …there is no heart in it anymore, like, the heart has been ripped out in [...]Read more