Desmond King Campaigning against the Leave case in 2016, the then Home Secretary Theresa May confirmed her assessment that a decision [...]Read more
VIEWPOINT: Avowal/disavowal – Europe as an Ideologized Commitment
Ali Kassem In December 2018, I relocated to Paris for a two-months research fellowship. Before arriving, many friends and colleagues exhorted [...]Read more
ON THE FRONTLINE: Muslim men in Prison
Raheel Mohammed There is a story about an alarm clock which captures perfectly the experience of Muslim men in the criminal [...]Read more
POLICY AND POLITICS: Looking into the hybrid spaces of public service reform – what are the implications for staff and users?
Simon Bishop and Justin Waring This section of Discover Society is provided in collaboration with the journal, Policy and Politics. It is [...]Read more
Climate Change: The Ultimate Class Conflict
Emmet Fox An evocation of a class perspective remains absent from climate advocacy and debate. Emission disparities are routinely hidden by [...]Read more
Australia’s 30 Years of Active Failure on Climate Change
Marc Hudson Whether they have visited or not, everyone I speak to about Australia knows three things: it is big, it [...]Read more
Is anti-Irish racism still a problem? You can Bank on it
Maureen McBride In January 2019, American hip-hop singer Azealia Banks made headlines with a series of anti-Irish comments on social media [...]Read more
When will they integrate?
Caroline Osella The UK news is full of migrant panic, of which the ‘jihadi bride’ case is merely the latest. (As [...]Read more
Exploring the Links Between Subordinate Masculinities and Violence: the Case of Involuntary Celibates (Incels)
Tessa Prior In recent years there has been a proliferation of mass murders in North America often committed by men who [...]Read more
Deep Sea Mining at The Threshold: The Politics Of The Seabed?
John Childs Plenty of virtual ink has been spilled predicting the advent of commercial deep-sea mining (DSM). Successful extraction of zinc, [...]Read more