Erica Frazier has recently obtained a joint PhD in political science under the direction of Prof. John Barry at Queen’s University Belfast in Northern Ireland and Prof. Karin Fischer with the REMELICE laboratory at the UniversitĂ© d’OrlĂ©ans, France. Her research interests include political economy, green and labour politics and political discourses, cultures and movements in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

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