About Dr Helena Radke
Dr Helena Radke completed her Bachelor of Psychological Science (Hons I; University Medal) in 2011 and her PhD in 2016 at the University of Queensland, Australia. She then worked as a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Osnabruck in Germany from 2017 to mid-2019 before starting as a Lecturer in Social Psychology at the University of Edinburgh.
Her research interests include understanding prejudice and how social change occurs through collective action. Specifically, she is interested in understanding and overcoming the barriers women face when engaging in collective action to overcome sexism, and the benefits and backlashes associated with involving allies in political movements.
Get in touch
Helena is always happy to speak about her research. Potential speaking topics include:
- Social change occurs through collective action
- Allyship and collective action
Articles written by Helena for the Social Change Blog:
- Watch This Space!
If you’re interested in having Helena speak at an event or collaborating on research, please get in touch.