Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

Brydges, Taylor, 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.]

Brydges, Taylor, Claudia E. Henninger, Eri Amasawa, Mary Hanlon, & Celina Jones (2022). For Waste’s Sake: Stakeholder Mapping of Circular Economy Approaches to Address the Growing Issue of Clothing Textile Waste. International Journal of Sustainable Fashion & Textiles, 1: 175-99.

Moore, Niamh, 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].

Brydges, Taylor, 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]

Brydges, Taylor & Mary Hanlon (2020). Garment worker rights and the fashion industry’s response to COVID-19. Dialogues in Human Geography. [open access]

Lamrad, Nadira & Mary Hanlon (2014). Untangling Fashion for DevelopmentFashion Theory: The Journal of Dress, Body & Culture 18: 601-632. [open access]

Book Reviews

Hanlon, Mary (2015). Labor in the Global Digital Economy: The Cybertariat Comes of Age by Ursula Huws (review). Canadian Journal of Sociology 40 (4), 567-570.

Hanlon, Mary (2015). Last Nightshift in Savar: The Story of the Spectrum Sweater Factory Collapse by Doug Miller (review). Labour / Le Travail 75(1), 329-331.


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