My name is Eva Duncanson I am a 2nd year PhD candidate in Sociology.
After completing a Master of Arts (undergraduate degree) in Politics at the University of Edinburgh, I remained at the University but made the transition to Sociology, completing a Masters by Research degree, earning a distinction grade. I am now in my second year of my PhD, researching intimacy and boundary work online. This research has provided me with opportunities for media contributions, consultation work and to present at a range of conferences.
I have particular interests in feminism, technology, inequality, disability studies, and relationship research.
I currently work as a research assistant on the CSO funded project “Understanding and reducing the psychosocial impact of Coronavirus social distancing and behavioural changes on families of care home residents in Scotland” and the Global Challenges Theme Development grant: “Reproductive health of adolescent refugees in camp settings – A qualitative cross-national needs assessment“.
I am always interested in paid writing opportunities, including op-ed/columns and interviews/research. I am also open to a variety of consultation work, particularly around the interests listed above. Please use the contact form or email address provided to get in touch.