...currently working on a performance research project created in and about No. 9 Adams Road, using Roberto Gerhard's "Pandora" score written for the Kurt Jooss ballet also created in the house.
"Shame and Supremacy City Tours" - in ironic tourist guide to Cambridge (password roehampton)
McMahon L. (2019) On ‘real revolution’ and ‘killing the lion’: challenges for creative marginality in Brazilian labour struggles’ in Geraghty, Niall HD and Massidda, Adriana Laura (Eds.) Creative Spaces: Urban Culture and Marginality in Latin America.
Droppelmann, C., Fennell, S. and McMahon, L. 'Women's Access to Justice: Perspectives from the ASEAN Region' Thailand Institute of Justice (Eds: Lapouge, M. Urapeepatanapong, S. and Sumrit, S.)
McMahon, L., 2017 ''Ungrievable' labour and 'unruly' politics:
Strategies of an NGO working with street vendors in response to the 2013-2014 protests in Brazil', in: Lazar, S., Alexander, A. (Eds.), Where are the unions?: Organised Workers and Mass Mobilizations in the Arab World, Zed Books
McMahon, L. (forthcoming 2019) ‘Violence and the BRICS’ in: Anand, P., Comim, F., Fennell, S., Weiss, J. (Eds.), Handbook on BRICS and Emerging Markets. Oxford University Press.
PhD Title: 'Going 'to the Door of Dilma's House'': Citizenship, Informality and the 2013-14 protests in Brazil. Centre of Development Studies, University of Cambridge, received May 2017.
Photos: Right- 'The police who repress in the street are those who kill in the favela' Independence Day Protest in Rio de Janeiro, 2013; Left - Protest against violence against women, CAMTRA's banner reads 'The city is ours, the street is ours, the body is mine'