Evans, E. and Kenny. M. 2019. The Women’s Equality Party: Emergence, Organisation and Challenges. Political Studies Available here

Ahrens, Petra; Celis, Karen; Childs, Sarah; Engeli, Isabelle; Evans, Elizabeth and Mugge, Liza. 2018. Politics and Gender: Rocking Political Science and Creating New Horizons. European Journal of Politics and Gender, 1(1-2), pp. 3-52.

Evans, E. 2016. Intersectionality as Feminist Praxis in the UK, Women’s Studies International Forum 59: 67-75 Available here

Evans, E. 2016. Feminist Allies and Strategic Partners: Exploring the Relationship Between Feminist Activists, the Women’s Movement and Political Parties, Party Politics 22(5): 631-640 Available here

Evans, E. 2016. Diversity Matters: Intersectionality and Women’s Descriptive Representation in the US and UK, Parliamentary Affairs 69(3): 569-585 Available here

Evans, E. 2016. Feminist Resistance, Renewal 24(3): 90-95 

Mugge, L, Evans, E and Engeli, I. 2016. Gender in European Political Science. Taking Stock and Future Directions. European Political Science doi: 10.1057/eps.2015.72  Available here

Evans, E and Amery, F. 2016. Gender and Politics in the UK: Banished to the Sidelines. European Political Science doi:10.1057/eps.2015/79 Available here

Evans, E. 2015. ‘What Makes a (Third) Wave? How and Why the Third Wave Narrative Works for Contemporary Feminists’ International Feminist Journal of Politics 18(3) 409-428  Available here

Evans, E and P. Chamberlain. 2015. ‘Critical Waves: Exploring Feminist Identity, Discourse and Praxis in Western Feminism’ Social Movement Studies 14(4): 396-409 Available here

Ross, K., Evans, E., Harrison, L., Shears, M., and K. Wadia. 2013. ‘The Gender of News and News of Gender: A Study of Press Coverage of the 2010 British General Election’ The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics, 18 (1): 3-20 Available here

 Childs, S., Evans, E., and P. Webb. 2013. ‘Quicker than a Consultation at the Hairdressers’ Abortion and the Human Fertilization and Embryology Act 2008′ New Genetics and Society, 32 (2): 110-134 Available here

Evans, E. 2012. ‘From Finance to Equality: The Substantive Representation of Women’s Interests by Men and Women MPs in the House of CommonsRepresentation, 48 (2): 183 -196 Available here

Childs, S and E. Evans. Out of the Hands of the Parties: Women’s Descriptive Representation in the UK 2010-2015’ The Political Quarterly, 83 (4): 742-748 Available here

Evans, E and L. Harrison. 2012. ‘Candidate Selection in British Second Order Elections: A Comparison of Electoral Systems and Party Strategy Effects’ Journal of Legislative Studies, 18 (2): 242-260 Available here

Evans, E, 2012. ‘Selecting the ‘right sort’: Patterns of Political Recruitment at British By-elections’, Parliamentary Affairs, 65 (1): 195-213 Available here

Evans, E. and E. Sanderson-Nash. 2011. ‘From Sandals to Suits: Professionalisation, Coalition and the Liberal Democrats’ British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 4 (13): 459-473. Available here

Evans, E. 2011. ‘Two Heads are Better than One? Assessing the Implications of the Conservative-Liberal Democrat Coalition for UK Politics’ Political Science, 63(1):45-60. Available here

Ashe, J., Campbell, R., Childs, S., and E. Evans. 2010. ‘”Stand by your man” Women’s Political Recruitment at the 2010 General Election’ British Politics, 5 (4): 455-480. Available here

Evans, E. 2009. ‘Can Liberalism Be Feminist?’ Spring Edition, Journal of Liberal History, 62 (1): 4-11.

Evans, E. 2008. ‘Supply and Demand: Women Candidates and the Liberal Democrats’ British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 4 (10): 590-606. Available here

Evans, E. 2007. ‘Grass-roots Influence: Pressure Groups within the Liberal Democrats’ The Political Quarterly 78(1): 99-107.