As the Syrian Civil War continues to rage in one of the most geopolitically intricate and complex parts of the world, 4 million hapless Syrians are forced to flee their torn country, abandon a lifestyle they have long been accustomed to, and acclimatise into countries and cultures completely foreign to them. 196 more words
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Eurotunnel workers have revealed how their lives have been ruined by the migrant crisis.
Train crews are consistently arriving home three hours late every day due to delayed services. 337 more words
Prior to 2014, I think our church in Istanbul had only 1-2 refugees associated with us. Now, given the current situation, we have had at least 17. 343 more words
Changing The World From Within to Without: My Take on the Importance of Critical Theory (9 Oct. 2015)
The fact that there is a so-called “crisis in the humanities” is old, though persistent, news, with many theories behind its impending demise. The main culprits are understood to be funding cuts at the state and national level as well as an overall cultural shift toward valuing professional degree paths in the private sector, spurred by conservative thinkers’ critique of the humanities as a degree that leads to “nothing but unemployment.” 1,118 more words