University of Massachusetts Amherst
Signe Predmore is a PhD Candidate in Political Science and Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She is a feminist scholar of global political economy, with interest in the ways that systems of race, gender and class are integral to the reproduction of and resistance to economic systems. Her interdisciplinary work draws also from development studies as well as economic anthropology. In her dissertation research, she uses ethnographic and qualitative methods to examine gender and financial inclusion after the 2008 financial crisis. Her work has been supported by funding from the Scholarly Borderlands program, a collaboration between the Social Science Research Council and the Tobin Project, as well as the UMass Department of Political Science. Her chapter on “Feminist and Gender Studies Approaches to Financialization” appears in the Routledge International Handbook of Financialization (2020).