"Women are the problem". Durham Chamber of Commerce. March 2021.
"Being on and doing research about TikTok". The Global TikTok Researchers Groups. March 2021.
"Self-tracking in Households - Covid-19 and community health conversations". Disrupted Tech, Salford University. March 2021.
"Bias in the label “women in tech”& its effect on the RSE community'." RSE Royal Society Event. London. February 2020.
"Gender Bias in Tech, Using the Label 'women in tech'". Computer Science Group. Leeds University. January 2020.
“Restructuring Mentoring to Put Women at the Bottom?”, GDS, Cabinet Office, London, September 2019.
“Diversity in Tech Practice A Masterclass”, Government Digital Service (GDS), Cabinet Office, London, August 2019.
“Digital Policy and Reform.” Keynote presentation to Civil Service. Westminster. London. August 2018.
“The killer app: How do wearable and mHealth app users influence the well-being of non-users?” Pubilc Event about Young People and Digital Health. Wellcome Trust. Manchester Media City. October 2017.
Hardey, M., 2022. Household Self-Tracking During a Global Health Crisis. Emerald Points. Coming soon.
Hardey, M., 2020. The Culture of Women in Tech: An Unsuitable Job for a Woman. Emerald Points. Available from Amazon UK, Amazon US.
Cockshut, L., Hardey, M. & Brown, A., 2020. Social innovation and the university: The impact of intervention for the micro creative economy in North East England. Social Enterprise Journal. (special issue, in press)
Slack, D., Hardey, M., and Moubayed, N., 2019. On the Hierarchical Information In a Single Contextualised Word Representation. Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (www.aaai.org)
Lang, J., Harris, S., Hardey, M. McCafferty, J., McLeish, T., Shoura, M., Ranson, N., and Real, A., 2019. Securing the future of Research Computing in the biosciences. PLOS Biology. (Open Access).
Hardey, M. 2019. Gender and technology culture: Points of contact in tech cities. Sociological Research Online. (online, ahead of print copy).
Hardey, M., 2019. On the Body of the Consumer: Performance-Seeking with Wearables and Health and Fitness Apps. Sociology of Health and Illness.
Hardey, M. 2019. Theorising Women & Leadership. Different spaces, different conversations: Women in Tech. Journal Gender in Management (*Special Issue).
Ilich, K.L. and Hardey, M., 2018. ‘It’s all about the packaging’: investigation of the motivations, intentions, and marketing implications of sharing photographs of secondary packaging on Instagram. Information, Communication & Society, pp.1-19
Hardey, M. and Atkinson, R., 2018. Disconnected: Non-Users of Information Communication Technologies. Sociological Research Online, pp.136-148.
Hardey, M., 2017. Theorising and researching gender and digital leadership in “tech cities”. In Cunningham, C. M., Crandall, H. M., & Dare, A. M. (Eds.). Gender, Communication, and the Leadership Gap. IAP: pp.291-312.
TEACHING I am teaching a new teaching course BUSI3361 How to Read Business. The course is designed to engage students in a series of contemporary and popular business “self-help” books designed to increase knowledge about leadership and to identify how corporate leaders propose that we can achieve our potential. I am also applying the same self-help techniques to my teaching.
At Durham University Business School my regular courses include Information Systems and Society (BUSS 112) , Contemporary Marketing Communications (BUSS 224), Integrated Marketing Communications (BUSS 153), and graduate teaching in English, Narrative (ENG 114). With Newcastle University I am currently creating leading on designing new teaching material about the creative sector, "An Introduction to Enhancing Creative Business". This material will be free and open access.