Sex, Steelworks and Sherlock: A Synopsis of Current Research on Masculinity, Cardiff School of Art & Design, 21 Feb 2019.
Ashley has been a regular contributor to the following:
BBC Radio Wales as a media pundit and to discuss research on cosmetic enhancement of children.
ITV to discuss her research on Cosmetic Surgery.
Member of the panel on gender for The Taming of the Shrew by Jo Clifford, for the Sherman Theatre Cardiff.
She is currently working on a TV project with contented TV as a contributor and gender expert for Netflix.
Talk on Toxic Masculinity for Whitchurch School Cardiff for Diversity Week.
Ashley was recently interviewed by The Guardian journalist, Owen Jones about mental health among Millennial men.
Morgan, A (2019) Why the Terms Unisex and Gender Neutral are not Fit for Purpose in
Contemporary Clothing and Fashion, Journal of Textile Science and Fashion Technology, ISSN: 2641-192X, DOI: 10.33552/JTSFT.2019.02.000537.
Morgan, A (2019) Why shouldn't men wear skirts? The Conversation, March 14th. https://theconversation.com/why-shouldnt-men-wear-skirts-112623
Morgan, A (2019) The real problem with toxic masculinity is that is assumes there is only one way of being a man, The Conversation, Feb 7th. https://theconversation.com/the-real-problem-with-toxic-masculinity-is-that-it-assumes-there-is-only-one-way-of-being-a-man-110305
Morgan, A (2019) How celebrity non-experts and amateur opinion could change the way we acquire knowledge, The Conversation, Jan 2nd. https://theconversation.com/how-celebrity-non-experts-and-amateur-opinion-could-change-the-way-we-acquire-knowledge-106002
Morgan, A. (2018), 'The suit maketh the man: Masculinity and social class in Kingsman: The Secret Service (Vaughn, 2014)', Clothing Cultures, 5:3, pp.359–376, doi: 10.1386/cc.5.3.359_1
Morgan, A (2017) Cosmetic procedures: Ethical Issues, http://nuffieldbioethics.org/wp-content/uploads/Cosmetic-procedures-Expert-consultation-analysis.pdf.
Morgan, A (2015) 'The Rise of the Geek: Exploring Masculine Identity in The Big Bang Theory' (2007), Masculinities: A Journal of identity and Culture, Vol: 2: 31-57.
Morgan, A and Walters, A (2011) Practice Based Research – The 'Cinderella' Problem,
Morgan, A and Weir, I. (2009) 'Is visibility a 'trap'?: Exploring the autonomy of the observer/d in the computer game, 'Gridlocked'. WIRAD 1st National Symposium for Emerging Art & Design Researchers Conference Proceedings.
Morgan, A. (2006) 'Evaluating Risk and Pain in Elective Cosmetic Surgery', Health, Disease and Illness, Vol: 30: 4.
Morgan, A. (2019) 'Sex doesn't alarm me': Exploring heterosexual male identity in BBC's Sherlock. Journal of Popular Television, September, 2019.
Morgan, A. (2019) Sherlock Holmes and the Case of Toxic Masculinity for Niles Goins, M, Faber McAlister, J and Alexander, B.K (eds.) The Routledge International Handbook of Communication and Gender, forthcoming.
2011 – Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Ashley is interested in supervising Phds on masculinity, gender and sexuality – especially in Art or Design Contexts. Supervisor for the following prospective PhDs: Researching into Sex Toys and Heterosexual Men. Refiguring the Kamasutra for Contemporary Women in India