UCL Anthropocene


Professor Sasha Roseneil

Dean, UCL Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences

Professor of Interdisciplinary Social Science, Institute of Advanced Studies 

Email: s.roseneil@ucl.ac.uk 

Websites: Sasha Roseneil UCL /  Sasha Roseneil 

Twitter / Instagram: @SashaRoseneil


My early research about the Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp and anti-nuclear movements of the 1980s explored their entanglement with, and contribution to, the global politics of environmentalism and eco-feminism.  More recently, I have been carrying out a long-term psychosocial ethnographic study of how individuals and communities respond to powerful transformative forces that they experience as outside their control, specifically, de-industrialization, climate change (flooding) and population change. 

Research Projects:

Disarming Patriarchy: Feminism and Political Action at Greenham Open University Press, 1995, 225pp

Common Women, Uncommon Practices: The Queer Feminisms of Greenham Cassell, 2000, 329pp

‘The Global, the Local and the Personal: the dynamics of a social movement in postmodernity’, in Globalisation and Social Movements (eds. P. Hamel, H. Lustiger-Thaler, J. Nederveen Pieterse and S.Roseneil) Palgrave, 2001: 89-110.

‘Situating the Greenham Archaeology: an autoethnography of a feminist project’ Public Archaeology, 2009, Vol. 8, No.2-3: 225-245 (with Yvonne Marshall and Katy Armstrong).