My work is located at the intersections of sociology of childhood and materialist feminist thought, with a focus on unequal childhoods, migration and stratified social reproduction. It contributes to key debates about the politics of children and childhood; changing adult-child relations in the context of neo-liberal migration and welfare regimes; and how and to what effect children are involved in migration processes.


  • University College London

    University, London, United Kingdom
    Associate Professor of Childhood


Between play and the quotidian: inscriptions of monstrous characters on the racialised bodies of children

Authors Rachel Rosen
Year 2017
Journal Name [Global Governance Programme], [Cultural Pluralism]
Citations (WoS) 6
1 Journal Article
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