Jenn is Research Assistant and PhD Candidate at the University of Glasgow. Her research examines the lived experiences of economic abuse of victim-survivors in Scotland and the role of finances in deciding to separate from an abusive partner. As part of her research work on economic abuse, Jenn has undertaken award-winning research collaborations with the Royal Bank of Scotland and was a Visiting Scholar at the Center for Violence against Women and Children at Rutgers University in New Jersey in 2020.
Jenn holds an LL.M. in International Human Rights Law and a MRes in Public Policy Research.
Her research interests include economic abuse, domestic abuse, violence against women, intersectional feminism, and policy and practice change in relation to gendered violence.
Glinski, J. (2022). Economic Abuse and the Cost of Living Crisis. Engender. GUEST BLOG: Economic Abuse and the cost of living crisis | Engender blog | Engender
Glinski, J. (2021). The Post-Separation Economic Power and Control Wheel. Domestic Abuse Intervention Program. Available from: Post-Separation_Economic_Abuse_Wheel_Glinski_2021.pdf (theduluthmodel.org)
Scottish Women’s Rights Centre, Glinski, J. (2020). Economic Abuse. Available from: https://www.scottishwomensrightscentre.org.uk/resources-guides/Economic-Abuse-final.pdf
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