Adeline is an intersex and transgender researcher and board member of Intersex Ireland and SWAI. They have collaborated on an Eisner award nominated comic, owned tattoo shops in Florida and Texas, earned a black belt in Karate and a BA (Hons) Psychology from Dublin Business School. They have spoken at conferences in Stockholm, London, Limerick, Cork and Dublin on the intersection of gender, sex work and the law. Research includes “Giving Voice to Diversity in Criminological Research: Nothing About Us Without Us” with Maynooth University and “Life for Sex Workers in Ireland Under the Swedish Model of Client Criminalisation.”
Adeline commenced their 36-month Marie Skłodowska Curie fellowship at University of Huddersfield in the U.K. in September 2020.
23 June 2021: Judge’s Choice Award at annual Post Graduate Review conference at University of Huddersfield
ESR Adeline Berry at the University of Huddersfield’s ENGAGE postgraduate conference 2021 won Judge’s Choice Award for their poster presentation titled “Older Intersex People: A Pan-European Intersectional Approach.” The poster can be viewed here.
02 June 2021: Podcast for Glow West Pride Panel
On Wednesday, June 2nd, ESR Adeline Berry participated in a podcast as part of the Glow West Pride Panel. Some photos from the event are available here and here. A link to the podcast is available here: https://tortoiseshack.ie/glow-west-podcast/
22 April 2021: INIA panel at DCU online conference, Intersex 2021: A vision for the future
On April 22nd during the online conference hosted by Dublin City University, the INIA project was introduced to conference participants. The panel was composed of the coordinator, Prof. Surya Monro, Principal Investigator, Amets Suess Schwend, and ESRs Yessica Mestre, Daria Abrosimova, Adeline Berry, Axel Keating and Steph Lum. The conference booklet can be consulted here. A link to the conference can be found here.
20 April 2021: INIA Panel at TransLondon event
Every 3rd Tuesday of each month, TransLondon welcomes presentations from guest speakers. On April 20th, the INIA coordinator, Prof. Surya Monro participated in an INIA panel with supervisor Tray Yeadon-Lee and ESRs Addy Berry and Axel Keating (photo here). The goal of the talk was to gain greater insight to the unique issues that Intersex people face in life, providing a greater opportunity to strengthen allyship through knowledge and understanding. Photo extracted from presentation here.
January 2021: INIA appears in GCN Magazine
Along with other INIA ESRs and PIs, Addy contributed to an article in GCN Magazine, issue 366 entitled “Seen and Heard.” The article can be viewed here: https://gcn.ie/magazine/inside-out/
8 December 2020: Intersex panel as part of Galway Community Pride
ESR Addy Berry and PI Tanya Ni Mhuirthile participated in this panel during the Galway Community Pride. Addy mentioned her research project in the INIA network. More information about this panel is available here: