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The Corbyn After-Effect

Win he did. And how. Although the petty vindictiveness of the #LabourPurge was real, it wasn’t enough to materially affect the result, and has arguably strengthened Jeremy Corbyn’s mandate.  2,144 more words

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The Dissonance Of Things #1: Sexism in Academia

Broadcasting from the bowels of disorder, The Dissonance of Things is a new monthly podcast bringing you interviews, discussions and programmes on international relations, political theory, radical and subaltern politics, cultural analysis, and the academy (ivory and otherwise). 263 more words


Size Matters: Reflecting on Perspective, Positionality and Critique After #ISA2015

So it's done. And that's something. #ISA2015 <mic drop>

— Laura J. Shepherd (@drljshepherd) February 21, 2015

… so I tweeted on the last day of the…

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Between Innocence and Deconstruction: Rethinking Political Solidarity

The third and final post in our short resilience and solidarity forum, this time from Chris Rossdale. Chris lectures in International Relations at Royal Holloway, University of London. 3,415 more words

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For the Joy It Brings: Hashtag Activism and Little Wins

I do it for the joy it brings
because I’m a joyful girl
because the world owes me nothing
and we owe each other the world… 1,283 more words


Post-Capitalism Will Be Post-Industrial

“In fact, the realm of freedom actually begins only where labour which is determined by necessity and mundane considerations ceases; thus in the very nature of things it lies beyond the sphere of actual material production.” 1,716 more words

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Metrics: An Addendum on RAE / REF

We have had overwhelming support from a wide range of academics for our paper on why metrics are inappropriate for assessing research quality (200+ as of June 22nd). 2,112 more words