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Muireann O'Dwyer


Teaching Fellow in British and EU Politics

Deputy Director for Student Experience and Progression (Joint Degrees)
Room: E1.24

Advice and Feedback Hours in Term 3

Week 1

Wednesday 24th 12-2pm

Friday 26th 11:30-12:30pm

Week 2

Tuesday 30th 1-3pm

Friday 3rd 11:30-12:30pm

Week 3

Tuesday 7th 2-4pm

Friday 10th 11:30-12:30pm

Dr. Muireann O'Dwyer is Teaching Fellow in British and EU Politics. She is also Deputy Director for Student Experience and Progression, with responsibility or Joint Degree students.

She joined PAIS from University College Dublin, where she completed her PhD. Her work explores the role of gender in European economic governance, feminist approaches to integration theory, and the intersectional politics of authority and legitimacy.

Her PhD thesis, "Gendered Ideas of Economic Policy: An Inquiry into the Role of Gender in European Economic Governance” was awarded the Political Studies Association Walter Bagehot Prize for Best Dissertation in Government and Public Administration.

Recent Publications:

2018 The Intersectional Politics of Bullshit, European Journal of Politics and Gender

O’Dwyer, M. (2018). Making sense of austerity: the gendered ideas of European economic policy. Comparative European Politics, 16(5), 745-761. (winner of EIGPE/CEP Early Career Paper Prize)

Cavaghan, R., & O'Dwyer, M. (2018). European Economic Governance in 2017: A Recovery for Whom?. JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, 56, 96-108.