I’m playing some super cool gigs with my two bands over the next couple of months! You should totally come and see us play.
Sunday 8th March
Tin Music and Arts, Coventry
I’ll be shouting at Boudica Festival’s International Women’s Day event with the noise rock/punk experience Dispute Settlement Mechanism.
We’ll be sharing a stage with Human Resources, Paradise of the Titans, Jen Haigh, Nyotaa, and the Yap Collective.
Sunday 29th March
I’ll be playing bass in fuzzy pop rockers wormboys at this super cool gig where we are supporting Muncie Girls!
We’ll also be playing alongside the awesome Perkie and Bleach Body.
Wednesday 22nd April
Wharf Chambers, Leeds
Another exciting wormboys gig – we will be supporting DIY supergroup Somnia on their UK tour.
Earlier this year I took part in an interview for Acadames, a super-cool podcast “that explores whether being a woman in academia is a dream, game, or scam”. The episode is now available! I really enjoyed speaking with Whitney Robinson about my work, and hope you will enjoy our conversation just as much.
Today Whitney speaks with Dr. Ruth Pearce, a social researcher and feminist scholar based at the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom. Ruth discusses her current work with the Trans Pregnancy project, why gender equity schemes are so important in academia, and offers tips for resiliency when facing online harassment and political backlash. Along the way, she shares stories of her life as a trans woman, how academic institutions in the UK differ from those in the US, and the similarities between organizing a concert and organizing a conference.
Click here to listen.