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Contextualising Climate Crisis Series

18th January 2022 / Video

Frontlines: Land and the Climate Crisis with Abeer Butmeh, Dr Hamza Hamouchene and Sam Siva

Land both contributes and is affected by climate change. It is the frontlines of the climate crisis where livelihoods, resources and inherited...

"we must empower communities on the frontlines of climate breakdown"
10th January 2022 / Article

The End of the World is Never the End of Everything

By: Arwa Aburawa

"we must empower communities on the frontlines of climate breakdown"
10th January 2022 / Article

The End of the World is Never the End of Everything

By: Arwa Aburawa

we must empower communities on the frontlines of climate breakdown

"We find ourselves at the back of a decade of broken promises"
14th December 2021 / Article

Decolonial Methodologies

By: Ashish Ghadiali

"We find ourselves at the back of a decade of broken promises"
14th December 2021 / Article

Decolonial Methodologies

By: Ashish Ghadiali

We find ourselves at the back of a decade of broken promises

"Environmental politics must involve praxis."
1st December 2021 / Article

Praxis: A Graphic Novel

By: Aneesa Khan

"Environmental politics must involve praxis."
1st December 2021 / Article

Praxis: A Graphic Novel

By: Aneesa Khan

Environmental politics must involve praxis.

"[...] this is not climate leadership. It’s climate catch-up."
17th November 2021 / Article

A Green New Deal for Whom?

By: Dalia Gebrial

"[...] this is not climate leadership. It’s climate catch-up."
17th November 2021 / Article

A Green New Deal for Whom?

By: Dalia Gebrial

[...] this is not climate leadership. It’s climate catch-up.

3rd November 2021 / Video

Climate Justice From Below: Race, Class and Climate Crisis with Jhannel Tomlinson and Leon Sealey-Huggins

By: Jhannel Tomlinson & Leon Sealey-Huggins

Our #ReconstructionWork online conversation series continues with another special event with support from Arts Council England. In the global...

The Imagined Futures Series

"[...] resistance plants the seeds of a new society [...]"
28th June 2021 / Article

Reimagining Schools

By: Remi Joseph-Salisbury

"[...] resistance plants the seeds of a new society [...]"
28th June 2021 / Article

Reimagining Schools

By: Remi Joseph-Salisbury

[...] resistance plants the seeds of a new society [...]

"Addressing the social crisis and misery in front of us"
"Addressing the social crisis and misery in front of us"
14th June 2021 / Article

Looking Back to Look Forward: Imagining a World Without State Violence

By: Liz Fekete

Addressing the social crisis and misery in front of us

"...studying how to feed ourselves..."
1st June 2021 / Article

DINNER TIME

By: Imani Robinson

"...studying how to feed ourselves..."
1st June 2021 / Article

DINNER TIME

By: Imani Robinson

...studying how to feed ourselves...

"...a return to the non-imperial geography..."
17th May 2021 / Article

Rewinding Imperial History: A Pre-Bordered World

By: Ariella Aïsha Azoulay

"...a return to the non-imperial geography..."
17th May 2021 / Article

Rewinding Imperial History: A Pre-Bordered World

By: Ariella Aïsha Azoulay

...a return to the non-imperial geography...

"In response to these failures there is a deep reimagining underway"
3rd May 2021 / Article

Revisiting Macpherson to Reimagine Public Safety

By: Alex S. Vitale

"In response to these failures there is a deep reimagining underway"
3rd May 2021 / Article

Revisiting Macpherson to Reimagine Public Safety

By: Alex S. Vitale

In response to these failures there is a deep reimagining underway

"Where colonialism universalises the future, we must not."
19th April 2021 / Article

Imagining the Unimaginable as Everyday Practice

By: Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan

"Where colonialism universalises the future, we must not."
19th April 2021 / Article

Imagining the Unimaginable as Everyday Practice

By: Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan

Where colonialism universalises the future, we must not.

Essays

"the Coronavirus Pandemic from a perspective which is both socio-political..."
11th October 2020 / Article

The Coronavirus Pandemic and its Meanings

By: Michael Rustin

"the Coronavirus Pandemic from a perspective which is both socio-political..."
11th October 2020 / Article

The Coronavirus Pandemic and its Meanings

By: Michael Rustin

the Coronavirus Pandemic from a perspective which is both socio-political and psychoanalytic

"The question is - what exactly is it that the Brexit vote and Trump’s..."
15th May 2017 / Article

The Crisis of Cosmopolitanism

By: Professor Jeremy Gilbert

"The question is - what exactly is it that the Brexit vote and Trump’s..."
15th May 2017 / Article

The Crisis of Cosmopolitanism

By: Professor Jeremy Gilbert

The question is - what exactly is it that the Brexit vote and Trump’s election mark the crisis of?

"We use the term the slavery business to encompass the range of economic..."
20th July 2020 / Article

Thinking About the Slavery Business and its Legacies

By: Catherine Hall

"We use the term the slavery business to encompass the range of economic..."
20th July 2020 / Article

Thinking About the Slavery Business and its Legacies

By: Catherine Hall

We use the term the slavery business to encompass the range of economic activities associated with British slavery.

"debates on reparation need to include questions about the historical..."
21st August 2020 / Article

Doing Reparatory History: bringing ‘race’ and slavery home

By: Catherine Hall

"debates on reparation need to include questions about the historical..."
21st August 2020 / Article

Doing Reparatory History: bringing ‘race’ and slavery home

By: Catherine Hall

debates on reparation need to include questions about the historical narratives on ‘race’ and empire

"The detractors of ‘identity liberalism’ are still prone to the fantasy that"
22nd February 2018 / Article

Why Do White People Like What I Write?

By: Pankaj Mishra

"The detractors of ‘identity liberalism’ are still prone to the fantasy that"
22nd February 2018 / Article

Why Do White People Like What I Write?

By: Pankaj Mishra

The detractors of ‘identity liberalism’ are still prone to the fantasy that

On Stuart

"...intellectuals whose indispensable work one returns to over and over again."
21st July 2021 / Article

The Impossibility of the Black Intellectual

By: Sindre Bangstad

"...intellectuals whose indispensable work one returns to over and over again."
21st July 2021 / Article

The Impossibility of the Black Intellectual

By: Sindre Bangstad

...intellectuals whose indispensable work one returns to over and over again.

"Hall constituted his ideas by building tensions"
22nd February 2014 / Article

Stuart Hall: in favour of difference

By: Liv Sovik

"Hall constituted his ideas by building tensions"
22nd February 2014 / Article

Stuart Hall: in favour of difference

By: Liv Sovik

Hall constituted his ideas by building tensions

""...an experiment in drawing out” the “connections between the ‘life’ and..."
24th September 2020 / Article

Review of Familiar Stranger: A Life Between Two Islands

By: Ruth Ramsden-Karelse

""...an experiment in drawing out” the “connections between the ‘life’ and..."
24th September 2020 / Article

Review of Familiar Stranger: A Life Between Two Islands

By: Ruth Ramsden-Karelse

"...an experiment in drawing out” the “connections between the ‘life’ and ‘ideas’

Scholars and Fellows

"mobilizes the echo as a feminist and decolonial material-semiotic figuration."
"mobilizes the echo as a feminist and decolonial material-semiotic figuration."
7th February 2020 / Article

A Sonic Conjuncture? Sonic Knowledge Production in Archaeoacoustics and Echoes of Elsewhere

By: Annie Goh

mobilizes the echo as a feminist and decolonial material-semiotic figuration.

"The dilemma is how to cultivate the positive potential of folk cultures..."
"The dilemma is how to cultivate the positive potential of folk cultures..."
8th April 2020 / Article

'wi' nowt but dialeck for democracy': Bill Griffiths' Cultural Activism in Seaham

By: Matt Martin

The dilemma is how to cultivate the positive potential of folk cultures while resisting...

"what transformative elements of this world exist for its users?"
8th April 2020 / Article

Offline Responses to an Online World

By: Priya Sharma

"what transformative elements of this world exist for its users?"
8th April 2020 / Article

Offline Responses to an Online World

By: Priya Sharma

what transformative elements of this world exist for its users?

Events

"we have to want to know about the whole, complex picture"
"we have to want to know about the whole, complex picture"
19th May 2021 / Article

Introduction to #ReconstructionWork: Racial Disparities in Mental Healthcare

By: Becky Hall

we have to want to know about the whole, complex picture

"The conjuncture which saw the desegregation of the American south"
3rd February 2018 / Article

The First Stuart Hall Public Conversation: Opening Talk

By: David Edgar

"The conjuncture which saw the desegregation of the American south"
3rd February 2018 / Article

The First Stuart Hall Public Conversation: Opening Talk

By: David Edgar

The conjuncture which saw the desegregation of the American south

"Musical ideas spring from the strangest sources"
5th March 2018 / Article

SWEET TOOTH: Interview with Elaine Mitchener

By: Gilane Tawadros and Elaine Michener

"Musical ideas spring from the strangest sources"
5th March 2018 / Article

SWEET TOOTH: Interview with Elaine Mitchener

By: Gilane Tawadros and Elaine Michener

Musical ideas spring from the strangest sources

"we also have to note how difficult it is to learn things from the past."
5th June 2019 / Article

Stuart Hall in the Here and Now

By: David Morley

"we also have to note how difficult it is to learn things from the past."
5th June 2019 / Article

Stuart Hall in the Here and Now

By: David Morley

we also have to note how difficult it is to learn things from the past.