Dr Harshad Keval asks if the temporary nature of Black History Month can support the call for a radical change in societal racial justice.
Dr Harshad Keval explores how our problematic and traumatic history is impacting on our present.
Meghan, Laurence and Question Time: the unbearable discomfort of disavowal or ‘Privileged? Racist? Moi?’
Dr Harshad Keval explores the issue of race, power and deniability following a recent episode of Question Time.
Dr Harshad Keval explains how recent comments by the actor Liam Neeson need to be considered within context of racism and society.
Dr Jennie Bristow in the School of Psychology, Politics and Sociology looks at pregnancy in today’s society ahead of the University’s upcoming Policing Pregnancy event.
It’s January and the phrase ‘New Year, New Me’ can be heard everywhere, with many people’s New Year’s resolutions to find a new job. Dr Jesse Potter, Lecturer in the School of Psychology, Politics and Sociology, discusses why we often look to change jobs, and even career path, during our working lives.