Neil Serougi The rise of Islamic State has been graphically thrust into our lives through a visual cruelty cleverly wired into [...]Read more
Category "Issue 25"
Viewpoint: What did the Magna Carta do for India?
Ian Sanjay Patel Much fanfare has accompanied the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta this year. For Prime Minister David Cameron, the [...]Read more
On the Frontline: The Manifestations of Anti-Muslim Hatred & Barriers to Self-Help
Fyaz Mughal (Tell MAMA) Over the last 3 years of work within Tell MAMA it has become clear that hate incidents [...]Read more
Policy Briefing: Conditional cash transfers in developing countries – realising rights?
Kenia Parsons (University of New South Wales) While governments of developed countries continue their new welfare policies of mobilising more people [...]Read more
The Solidarity Conundrum
Linsey McGoey (University of Essex) Since the morning of July 13, when Alexis Tsipras emerged from 17 hours of negotiations blinking [...]Read more
The Protestant Ethic and the Language of Austerity
Michael Shea For almost a decade the political discourse in the UK and beyond has been dominated by the rhetoric of [...]Read more
Prudish and ‘Past It’? Older Care Home Residents Sexuality and Intimacy
Paul Simpson (Edge Hill University) Sex and intimacy are, apparently, for the young. Birthday cards mock ageing and associate it [...]Read more
The Full Monty? Women Customers’ Experiences at a Male Strip Show
Katy Pilcher (Aston University) As the lights dim there is a brief hush. The glass clinking and chatting subdues in the [...]Read more
Islamophobic Hate Crimes: numbers, harm, pain and suffering
Chris Allen (Birmingham University) Ten years ago, Kenan Malik invited me to take part in a provocatively titled Channel 4 documentary, [...]Read more
Islamophobia Goes Viral: Hate Crimes on the Internet
Imran Awan (Birmingham City University) Islamophobia is often viewed within the space of street-level violence perpetrated against Muslim communities. However, in [...]Read more