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Abdellatif, Amal; Gatto, Mark; O'Shea, Saoirse and Yarrow, Emily (2021). Ties that bind: An inclusive feminist approach to subvert gendered “othering” in times of crisis. Gender, Work & Organization (Early access).

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O'Shea, Saoirse (2021). Autoethnography as a research method. In: Stead, Valerie; Elliott, Carole and Mavin, Sharon eds. Handbook of Research Methods on Gender and Management. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.

O'Shea, Saoirse Caitlin (2020). Working at gender? An autoethnography. Gender, Work and Organization (Early Access).

O'Shea, Saoirse (2019). Cutting my dick off. Culture and Organization, 25(4) pp. 272–283.

O'Shea, Saoirse (2018). Past caring about passing. Graduate Journal of Social Science, 14(2) pp. 41–57.

O'Shea, Saoirse (2018). ‘I, Robot?’ Or how transgender subjects are dehumanised. Culture and Organization, 26(1) pp. 1–13.

O'Shea, Saoirse Caitlin (2017). This girl's life: An autoethnography. Organization, 25(1) pp. 3–20.

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Plotnikof, Mie; Bramming, Pia; Branicki, Layla; Christiansen, Lærke Højgaard; Henley, Kelly; Kivinen, Nina; Lima, João Paulo Resende; Kostera, Monika; Mandalaki, Emmanouela; O'Shea, Saoirse; Özkazanç‐Pan, Banu; Pullen, Alison; Stewart, Jim; Ybema, Sierk and van Amsterdam, Noortje (2020). Catching a glimpse: Corona‐life and its micro‐politics in academia. Gender, Work & Organization, 27(5) pp. 804–826.

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Suhomlinova, Olga and O'Shea, Saoirse (2021). Doubly imprisoned: Transgender and non-binary prisoners experiences in England and Wales. In: Johnson, Austin H.; Rogers, Baker A. and Taylor, Tiffany eds. Advances in Trans Studies. Advances in Gender Research, 32. Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing Limited, (In Press).

Suhomlinova, Olga; Ayres, Tammy Colleen; Tonkin, Matthew James; O’Reilly, Michelle; Wertans, Emily and O’Shea, Saoirse Caitlin (2021). Locked up While Locked Down: Prisoners’ Experiences of the COVID-19 Pandemic. The British Journal of Criminology (Early Access).

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