Essex Transform: Rediscovering the Demos Inside the space of Academia

In this week's article/report we present and support the student-driven project 'Essex Transform: Rediscovering the Demos Inside the Academia', led by the Centre...

Unpacking the Commons

One lazy afternoon in the week between Christmas and the New Year’s day - one of those days that time doesn’t really exist -...

Catherine Rottenberg: How Neoliberalism Colonised Feminism – and what you can...

In this short article, Catherine Rottenberg argues that feminism as a political identity and project, has increasingly become part of the discourse of neoliberalism....

Expectedly unprecedented: Media discourses on COVID-19 and gender violence in Mexico

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought unprecedented changes to our lifestyles. Or is it, maybe, that the pandemic has simply underscored our already lived normality,...

Our Finest Hour – A very British response to crisis |...

The coronavirus has quite predictably, though understandably, invaded all forms of media which we consume. Every newspaper is dominated by updates on the battle...

“Freedom-loving Brits” Taking Back Control: Post-truth in the COVID Era |...

‘Post-truth’ has become a buzzword in the recent years but it has also created ambiguity pertaining to the term ‘post’. The association of ‘post’...

Towards the 12th May | Catherine Morris & Jesse Jones

Towards the 12th May A play spoken by a chorus of voices for James Connolly (5 June 1868 - 12 May 1916) by Catherine Morris This piece is...

In Mexico City a woman wrote on the torn side of...

In Mexico City a woman wrote on the torn side of a cardboard box: “They took so much from us that they also took...

France’s Security Laws Should be a Wake-Up Call to Leftwing Nationalists...

If you are reading this, chances are you have heard about the French security laws that were proposed last Fall and are scheduled for...