Dr Elaine Bauer


NameDr Elaine Bauer
Job titleVisiting Fellow
Organisational UnitLaw and Social Science

Research outputs

Education, work and home ownership as markers of being a good citizen: Caribbean mothers practice citizenship at local and transnational levels

Bauer, E (2014). Education, work and home ownership as markers of being a good citizen: Caribbean mothers practice citizenship at local and transnational levels. International conference: Migrant mothers caring for the future: creative interventions in making new citizens. London south Bank University, London, UK 18 - 19 Sep 2014 London South Bank University.

Creolized family patterns among divorced mixed couples: Caribbean and White British families in London

Bauer, E (2014). Creolized family patterns among divorced mixed couples: Caribbean and White British families in London. New Research Challenges on Intermarriage and Mixedness in Europe and Beyond,. University Paris Sorbonne, Paris, France 12 - 13 Nov 2015 London South Bank University.

Parenting cultures: change and transmission between generations of African-Caribbean and white British mixed families in London

Bauer, E (2016). Parenting cultures: change and transmission between generations of African-Caribbean and white British mixed families in London. International conference on “Parenting and Personhood: Cross--cultural perspectives on expertise, family life and risk management”. University of Kent, UK, Centre for Parenting Culture 22 - 24 Jun 2016 London South Bank University.

Language brokering, mediated manipulations, and the role of the interpreter/translator

Bauer, E (2016). Language brokering, mediated manipulations, and the role of the interpreter/translator. University of Strasbourg Winterschool « Biographical evaluation of language policies by migrants in Europe. University of Strasbourg, France 21 - 26 Nov 2016 London South Bank University.

Negotiating Mixed Identities: Generations of mixed African Caribbean and white Londoners

Bauer, E (2017). Negotiating Mixed Identities: Generations of mixed African Caribbean and white Londoners. Goldsmith’s, University of London Anthropology Dep’t Spring summer Seminar series “The Politics of Embodiment”. Goldsmith's, University of London, UK 01 - 01 Mar 2017 London South Bank University.

1) “Negotiating Mixed Identities: Generations of mixed African Caribbean and white Londoners”.

Bauer, E (2017). 1) “Negotiating Mixed Identities: Generations of mixed African Caribbean and white Londoners”. The Loving Day conference on “Power, Intimacy and the State: Mixed Families in Europe and Beyond”,. University of Amsterdam and Maastricht University, NL. 12 - 13 Jun 2017 London South Bank University.

Racialized citizenship, respectability and mothering among Caribbean mothers in Britain

Bauer, E (2017). Racialized citizenship, respectability and mothering among Caribbean mothers in Britain. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 41 (1), pp. 151-169.

Language brokering: mediated manipulations, and the agency of the interpreter/translator

Bauer, E (2017). Language brokering: mediated manipulations, and the agency of the interpreter/translator. in: Antonini, R, Cirillo, L, Rossato, L and Torresi, I (ed.) Non-professional Interpreting and Translation: State of the art and future of an emerging field of research Amsterdam, The Netherlands John Benjamins.

Group Analysis in Practice: Narrative Approaches

Phoenix, A, Brannen, J, Elliot, H, Smithson, J, Morris, P, Smart, C, Barlow, A and Bauer, E (2016). Group Analysis in Practice: Narrative Approaches. Forum: Qualitative Social Research / Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung. 17 (2).

Practising kinship care: Children as language brokers in migrant families

Bauer, E (2015). Practising kinship care: Children as language brokers in migrant families. Childhood. 23 (1), pp. 22 - 36.
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