Leverhulme Early Career Fellow
J dot C dot Heyward at warwick dot ac dot uk
Tel: +44 (0)24 765 24257
Clare is interested in issues of global distributive justice and intergenerational justice, especially those connected to climate change. Her papers can be accessed here. Before joining the University of Warwick, she was James Martin Research Fellow on the Oxford Geoengineering Programme.
Clare Heyward is a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, working on the project Global Justice and Geoengineering.
With Dominic Roser, Clare is co-editor of the book Climate Justice in a Non-Ideal World, published by Oxford University Press. It is available for pre-order here: https://global.oup.com/academic/product/climate-justice-in-a-non-ideal-world-9780198744047?cc=gb&lang=en&
Clare is also writing a monograph The Cultural Dimension on Climate Justice, under contract with Edward Elgar.
Heyward, Clare (2016) ‘Adaptation’, in Allan Thompson and Stephen Gardiner (eds) The Oxford Handbook of Environmental Ethics, Oxford University Press.
Heyward, Clare and Steve Rayner (2016) ‘Apocalypse Nicked!’ forthcoming in Susan Crate (ed) Anthropology and Climate Change (2nd edition), Left Coast Press.
Heyward, Clare (2015) ‘Is There Anything New Under the Sun? Novelty and Exceptionalist Claims in Early Geoengineering Rhetoric’, in Aaron Maltais and Catriona Mackinnon (eds) Climate Change and Global Governance, Routledge, pp. 135-154.
Heyward, Clare, and Steve Rayner (2015) ‘A Curious Asymmetry: Social Science Expertise and Geoengineering’, in Michael Heazle, John Kane and Haig Patapan (eds) Who Makes Policy? Knowledge and Action in Today's Democracies, Routledge.
For other publications, see here.
Clare co-teaches the module PH338 Principles of Political Economy, which runs in the Autumn Term.
Her Advice and Feedback hours are: 9:30-10:30 Tuesdays and 1:30-2:30 Wednesdays.