Ellie Gore

Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Sheffield

Ellie Gore is an Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Postdoctoral Fellow at the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute, at the University of Sheffield. Ellie’s research is located at the interface between international development, political economy, and gender and sexuality studies. Ellie joined the University of Sheffield in 2017 to work on the ESRC-funded study, “Understanding and Governing the Global Business of Forced Labour”, led by Genevieve LeBaron. Ellie’s research interests include the political economy of gender and sexuality, with a particular focus on Ghana; gender and unfree labour in supply chains; and development, sexual rights, and queer activism in the global South. Follow her on twitter: @ellie_gore

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