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Essays & Other Writing​

Essays on Whiteness

Hunter, S. (2015) ‘Being called to the rivers of Birminam: secrets, lies and the relational choreography of white looking’, Critical Arts: South-North Media and Cultural Studies, 29(S1): 43-57. Special Issue on ‘Archival addresses: photographies, practices, positionalities’.

Abbas, M., Burgin, S., Decker, J. and Hunter, S. (2013) Editorial: New Territories in Critical Whiteness Studies, Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Association Journal, 9, (1). Special Issue on New Territories in Critical Whiteness Studies.
 

Hunter, S. (2010) ‘What a white shame: Race, Gender and White Shame in the Relational Economy of Primary Health Care Organisations in England’, Social Politics 17, (4): 450-476. Special Issue on ‘Reproducing and resisting whiteness in organisations, policies and places’.


Hunter, S., Swan, E. and Grimes, S. (2010) ‘Reproducing and resisting whiteness in organisations, policies and places’ Social Politics 17, (4): 407-422. Special Issue on Reproducing and resisting whiteness in organisations, policies and places

Essays on Relationality

Essays on the state governance and state agents

Hunter, S. (2017) ‘The role of multicultural fantasies in the enactment of the state: The English NHS as an affective formation’ in Jupp, E., Pykett, J. and Smith, F. M. (Eds) Emotional States: Sites and spaces of affective governance, pp 161-176. Routledge.

 

Hunter, S. (2012) ‘Ordering Differentiation: Reconfiguring Governance as Relational Politics’, Journal of Psycho-Social Studies 6 (1).

 

Hunter, S. (2009) ‘Subversive attachments? Gendered, raced and professional realignments in the ‘new’ NHS’ in Barnes, .M. and Prior, D. (ed) Subversive Citizens’: Power, Agency and Resistance in Public Policy, pp. 137-153. Policy Press.

 

Hunter, S. and Swan, E. (2007) ‘The Politics of Equality: Professionals, States and Activists,’ Equal Opportunities International 26, (5) :377-386. Special Issue on The Politics of Equality: Professionals, States and Activists.  

 

Hunter, S. and Swan, E. (2007) ‘Oscillating Politics and Shifting agencies: Equalities and diversity work and actor-network theory,’ Equal Opportunities International 26, (5): 402-419. Special Issue on The Politics of Equality: Professionals, States and Activists.

 

Hunter, S. and Swan, E. (2007) ‘Professional Insights Interview: Angela Mason on trips to Skegness, Maoists and briefings with the minister: a life in equalities work,’ Equal Opportunities International 26, (5): 482-496. Special Issue on The Politics of Equality: Professionals, States and Activists.


Hunter, S. (2006) ‘Working for Equality and Diversity and Adult and Community Learning: Leadership, Representation and Racialised ‘Outsiders’ ‘Within’’, Policy Futures in Education, 4, (1): 114-127. Special Issue on Doing Diversity Work.