Dr Isabel Nuñez Salazar

Research Associate

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I research on families, relationships and intimacies in a global perspective, looking at the intersections on class, gender, sexuality and race/ethnicity. Moreover, I research on the divisions of labour, the relationship between labour and work and the role of unpaid and paid work in society. I am a passionate and feminist educator dedicated to developing interdisciplinary knowledge for the next generation of professionals. I have worked with feminist academics, activists and NGO's to advocate social justice in the UK, The Americas, The Caribbean and West Africa.

Areas of expertise

  • HM Sociology - Intimacy, Queer Theory, Families and Relationships, Qualitative Methods, Relational Sociology, Visual Sociology, Sociology of Personal Life, Family Practices, Family Sociology
  • H Social Sciences (General) - Gender and Feminist Theory, Gender and Sexuality, Feminist Methodologies, Decolonising Methodologies
  • F1201 Latin America (General) - Latin American Cultural Studies, Women's History, Labour History of Latin America
  • LB2361 Curriculum - Decolonising curriculum, Anti-racist pedagogy, Feminist pedagogies

Research Beacons, Institutes and Platforms


  • Feminism, Intersectionality, (In)equalities, Families, Relationships, Households, Gender and Sexuality, Personal Life, Divisions of Labour, Paid and Unpaid Work, Work and Employment, Social Class, Race and Ethnicity, Creative Methods, Decolonial Approaches, Interdisciplinarity, Qualitative Methods

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