**peer-reviewed articles**

Taylor Brydges, Claudia E. Henninger & Mary Hanlon (2022) Selling sustainability: Investigating how Swedish fashion brands communicate sustainability to consumers, Sustainability: Science, Practice and Policy, 18:1, 357-370. Open access.

Niamh Moore, Nikki Dunne, Martina Karels & Mary Hanlon. (2021). Towards an inventive ethics of carefull risk: Unsettling research through DIY academic archiving, Australian Feminist Studies. Open access.

Taylor Brydges, Monique Retamal & Mary Hanlon. (2020). Will COVID-19 support the transition to a more sustainable fashion industry? Sustainability: Science, Practice and Policy 16: 298-308. Open access.

Taylor Brydges & Mary Hanlon. (2020). Garment worker rights and the fashion industry’s response to COVID-19. Dialogues in Human Geography 10(2):195-198. Open access.

Edinburgh International Fashion Festival
Moderating a Panel at the National Museum Scotland for Edinburgh International Fashion Festival, 2016

I have a PhD (2019) in Sociology from The University of Edinburgh, investigating transnational fashion and apparel related efforts in the wake of the 2013 Rana Plaza collapse in Bangladesh.

I found my way to the PhD after working for a long time on Social Alterations, an online education resource on social and environmental challenges associated with the global fashion and apparel industry. When I am not teaching or writing (or chasing after my toddler!), you’ll find me thinking about knowledge dissemination.

My research themes and interests include: transnational social movements and related activism (online and offline), work & labour rights, environmental justice, global fashion and apparel production and consumption, digital sociology, research methods, and knowledge dissemination.